Just sayin’. But lightning flow is worth it.
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.
#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 App X to Zapier to App Z, isn’t Salesforce to Office 365 even simpler?
I’ve been tending to the training needs of a cohort of users with widely divergent skill sets. So the AppExchange TrailTracker offering has been a god-send. And I have a Process Builder automation flow triggered by the creation of a new instance of the junction object User-Badge, which happens when I curate a Trailmix module that I feel is well suited to one of my students.
Just installed into a Developer Edition Salesforce Foundation’s latest offering, Gift Entry Manager (GEM), a metadata architecture that sits on top of Education Data Architecture (EDA) to enable campus advancement.
Will report back.
Nifty! Image linked to release notes citation.
A client of mine in Education Services is uploading a large amount of data published by NYS Department of Education about some 7,000 schools & hierarchical entities related (Districts, Charter Schools, Charter Operators) in NY State.
The ETL professional in me likes large numbers. But the SF Admin in me is wondering about a performance hit. Also, hoping to upload this to an Enterprise org I have with Einstein Analytics licenses for the soothing transformations when selecting subsets of the data. Stay tuned.
We still have a few more child objects off the account to go, and I’m wondering if this is a good case for using Big Objects or an external data source. Suggestions welcome!
Favorite Project Management Tool
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.