I’ve had a lot of Zapier and Power Integrate projects of late, and I’ve been enjoying digging deeper into Azure Logic Apps (which share no small portion of their DNA with Power Automate). So I decided to group like with like and add a new […]
This Sway is a quick first-take. But for a data geek like me, it’s kid-in-the-proverbial-candy-shop levels of excitement.
Salesforce Flow and Process Automation constitute a suite of tools that make an admin’s life (and those of the users s/he serves) easier and easier. This is because the tools steadily become and more and more powerful. And more approachable to non coders. Win. Win. […]
175 Trailhead Badges. And a lot of respect for how smart Salesforce has been in deploying this amazing enterprise learning system. Next stop: Certified Platform App Builder
There a hangouts/meet analytics page, the Meet Quality Tool, Here’s the link: https://meet.google.com/tools/quality/admin
There’s a funny asymmetry at play in Salesforce NPSP. If you use the UI to enter a lone, “naked” contact, the fancy business logic envelopes that lonely figure in a Household account, as the primary contact on the household. Nifty. Gee-whiz bang. So why is […]
Just sayin’. But lightning flow is worth it.
I’m trialing some telephony options for a client on G-Suite. CloudCaller.io and DialPad, in addition to the possibility of a Twilio custom job. I’ll be reporting back more on these soon. But I have to say, DialPad has impressive capabilities. The transcription is pretty accurate […]
Oddly enough, few of my clients use Slack. MSFT Teams seems, improbably, more prevalent. Still I remember it fondly from back in 2015/16/17 — and this description makes me want to find an instance to see it for myself. Read on! https://www.salesforceben.com/slack-to-salesforce-integration-new-and-improved/
#Zapier is an amazing company — the offering is robust and grows (seemingly) daily; they take security seriously, and there are lots of little signs that this is an org-cultural value of the highest importance. That said, when looking at declarative point-and-click integrations, if it’s […]