Project Management in TaskRay is simply too wonderful. It does take a little bit of time to configure properly. But it’s so sleek and aesthetically pleasing.
See this Gallery.
One of the great things about having non-profit clients is that the donates 10 free licenses, a donation the same size (if not the same $ value) as the Salesforce.org non-profit donation. So all your users get this very fancy tool, for free. Fun all around.
This is brief. Gotta get back to analyzing data flows. Two new clients this week.
Working with a new non-profit client, and just as it’s lovely that Salesforce.org will donate licenses to non-profits, Task-Ray — my favorite of the Project Management tools on Salesforce — has a 10 license donation program as well.
Here are some screenshots of this very sleek tool.
Mystery of the Phantom (Guest Site User) Flow Finally Solved
Volunteers for Salesforce is a very nifty AppExchange offering for the NPSP Salesforce org. Create a site, create guest user license for people registering on that site. And they can interact with and create records in Salesforce.
Except when you get a flow error every time but know that you deleted the flow in question. So the notion of “delete” in the Force.com platform is celarly at least a little problematic. But a PowerOfUs Hub user mentioned something about default record types in the Guest User/Volunteer profile – and lo and behold that was it.
Using flight data to guess at corporate merger activity. I think I saw that in House of Cards. Sifting through the tea leaves for analytical intelligence. I’d love to take a gander at this, but I’m afraid I’m not in their hedge fund target market. I’ll have to content myself with their free offerings. Which still have me intrigued about porting the feeds into PowerBI mashups.
If you’re interested in that kind of thing, here’s the blog posting for the Corporate Aviation Intelligence offering. In the meanwhile, there’s data fields to be a-playing in.