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Skin in the Game

So as we’ve been telling our story about our Lightning implementation, it has become apparent that we aren’t alone in initially being scared of what seemed like a daunting task to move to Lightning. Looking back on our prep, development … Continue reading

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Getting Comfy With Lightning

“I’ll be honest, at first, working in Lightning was painful…I didn’t know where anything was. I didn’t understand fully how to manage object Lightning Pages and how to apply them to Apps and Profiles and Record Types. It felt like … Continue reading

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Be Relevant

So I’ve been a Salesforce Administrator for a little while. And by that I mean before there were custom objects and a certification program. I’ve implemented and managed multiple complex orgs, designed processes, and have been around the block a … Continue reading

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Lightning or Bust

When you’ve been an Admin for a ‘while’, the prospect of using Lightning is daunting to say the least. In Classic I know where everything is. I know how everything works. It’s comfortable. It’s familiar. I can answer all the … Continue reading

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Count the Ways

So on Twitter, the Salesforce twitter account put forth the question: How has Salesforce changed your life for good? As I’ve read the responses over the past few days I’ve thought over how to best answer the question. There are … Continue reading

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