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.
Synebo Salesforce Logins is a chrome extension and is one of those add-ons & (professional) life hacks that you don’t realize how much you’ll love until you’ve tried it. It’s a terribly nifty tool for managing the multiple login identities that one accrues over time – at least if one is an outsourced Salesforce Admin. Or a developer with lots of different orgs and sandboxes to keep track of.
It drops down and offers enough space to configure choices, but not that much of your screen real estate.
Navigating the Interface
It just feels faster than a normal login.
I don’t know how objective I’m being there.
It’s convenient to use. You can group your orgs as you wish. Add a PIN to gain access to your main interfaceif your environment is busy.
It just feels faster than a normal login. I don’t know how objective I’m being there. really the subtle things that make it simply a delight to use.If you like to triage your world with color, Synebo is happy to help.
See how you can add an instance color.
And the “Propel” just above ‘description’ at the bottom is a tab alias. And when your instance launches….
It just feelslike thoughtful user experience design. Which I like.
I’ve had it for at least 18 months. But it only this past April 11th debuted on AppExchange.