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Tips and Best Practices on how to use Salesforce campaign Management Effectively

Posted On 11 June 2019 By MicroPyramid

Salesforce Campaigns is one amongst the foremost under-utilized objects inside the quality out of the box Sales Cloud product. By managing your leads during a systematic and structured means, you'll increase each the number of leads you generate and the way several of these leads you to change.

Salesforce Source code management with Visual Studio code, Git and GitHub

Posted On 28 January 2019 By MicroPyramid

Salesforce made an easy to manage Salesforce source code with Visual Studio Code and GitHub by providing necessary extensions in the Visual Studio Code and Salesforce CLI which helps you to do manage whole process more easily. Here, we discussed about how source code can be retrieved and deployed to Salesforce orgs as well as to Git and GitHub.

Highlights of salesforce summer '18 release notes

Posted On 16 November 2018 By MicroPyramid

Salesforce gets its CRM updated for every release. Generally, Salesforce has three releases per year(spring, summer, winter). In this we are going to look into updates and features of summer '18 release notes.

Creating custom Splash page in Salesforce

Posted On 28 April 2018 By MicroPyramid

In many websites, we come across a page displaying first and then redirecting to the main website page automatically or clicking on a button, which is known as splash page. In Salesforce, we can have splash pages for tabs(custom objects). Upon clicking on the tab, we can have a splash page first and then the regular tab as it is.

Set up of Communities in Salesforce

Posted On 23 April 2018 By MicroPyramid

In any business communication among employees, customers, users and clients are very important. To collaborate and communicate in Salesforce we use communities. Communities will make sure that the customers get solutions to their queries in one place.

How to use Set in Salesforce

Posted On 17 April 2018 By MicroPyramid

Apex provides collections such as List, Set, Map. These are similar to arrays, but these collections have advanced features and easier methods than an array. Set is a collection of unordered elements and don't contain any duplicate values.

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