Wondering how to add some flair to your (Screen) Flows? I have just the recipes you need! Thanks to Sharad and the team at UnofficialSF for making Custom Header, the component that inspired this post!
On Dreamforce 2022, Lionheart Astro slippers, the Salesforce Golden Hoodie, and overcoming a bout of insecurity.
With new followers jumping aboard, I thought it would be a good time to reintroduce myself!
This post fangirls Declarative Lookup Rollup Summary, DLRS, pronounced duh-LOR-us, sort of like your old aunt Dolores. DLRS is a community-resourced app that extends functionality in Salesforce to have more "roll up" or min/max/count/average type fields, respecting relationships between objects. Learn more about DLRS here. Far before the provocative 2021 film, Don't Look Up, Salesforce … Continue reading DO Look Up! community review of DLRS Release 2.17
A form-building "dead end" turns into a triumph thanks to community collaboration. PLUS (see what I did there?) learn how to build Rich Text Forms in Salesforce Flow with my handy tutorial.
Grappling with my learning journey on Snowfakery. Striving to make the installation process easier is a noble effort, but not to the exclusion of learning fundamental concepts.
I lay out a data model for how foundations can measure their impact on nonprofit capacity building by using PMM in addition to their chosen grantmaking datamodel.
A retrospective on the Emily and Samantha collab + Emily and Samantha tackle cognitive flexibility!
Read on in this blog post to see key lessons I've learned in my first month of using Apsona, as illustrated by GIFs from Schitt's Creek.