Manage Campaign Members in Lightning

Campaigns are a flexible, native object that allow you to track your engagement efforts and performance in Salesforce. You can customize the Campaign Member Status values to suit your specific business needs. You can also add, update, and remove Campaign Members to track specific engagements.

This post is the third in a series of three blog posts about Salesforce Campaigns in Lightning. The second post, Customize Campaigns in Lightning, covered how to customize Campaigns in Salesforce for the Lightning admin. This post will provide detailed instructions for how to configure Campaigns Member Status values and Manage Campaign Members in Salesforce Lightning. If you’re interested in an overview of Campaigns in general, I suggest you start with the first post in this series, Salesforce Campaigns in Lightning. Continue reading if you’re ready to get hands on.

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Customize Campaigns in Lightning

Campaigns are a flexible, native object that allow you to track your engagement efforts and performance in Salesforce. The great thing about Salesforce Campaigns is you can customize the fields and page layouts to fit your needs. Lightning has changed the ways we Interact with Campaigns, Setup, and especially page layouts.

This post is the second in a series of three blog posts about Salesforce Campaigns in Lightning. This post will provide an overview of how to customize Campaigns in Salesforce for the Lightning admin. If you’re interested in an overview of Campaigns, I suggest you start with the first post in this series, Salesforce Campaigns in LightningThe third post, Manage Campaign Members in Lightning, walks you through how to manage Campaign Members step-by-step. 

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Salesforce Campaigns in Lightning

Campaigns are a flexible, native object that allows you to track your engagement efforts and performance in Salesforce. A lot of the resources out there still refer to the Classic UI but Lightning has changed the ways we Interact with Campaigns. This blog post will provide an overview of Campaigns in Salesforce for the Lightning user.

This post is the first in a series of three blog posts about Salesforce Campaigns in Lightning. The second post, Customize Campaigns in Lightning, will cover in more detail how to customize campaigns, and the third post, Manage Campaign Members in Lightning, walks you through how to manage Campaign Members step-by-step.

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A Salesforce Love Story

[ Zach and I are honored to be on Salesforce.com’s blog today!]

FEB 06, 2018 BY LAURA WOODS.

On our Trailblazer Voices blog series, we’re sharing stories of real people facing real challenges, and finding innovative ways to succeed. These stories are as diverse as our world, ranging from one Trailblazer’s career transition to an ongoing mission to tackle the tech gender gap.

Yet across these stories one common theme stands out: community, or as we like to call it “Ohana.” It’s the family-feel of the Trailblazer Community that many Trailblazers cite as the biggest game-changer in their journey. And in no story is that more obvious than the story of Jessie Rymph and Zach Nostdal, two Salesforce Admins who chose to put a ring on it center stage at Dreamforce last November.

It’s not every day that we’re asked to help pull off unforgettable marriage proposals, so with Valentine’s Day around the corner, it seemed like the right time to check in with these lovebirds and ask them to share their story. Continue reading →

How to Safely Deactivate Salesforce Admin Users

When an Admin leaves your organization, it’s tricky to safely manage the many steps of that transition. It’s also easy to screw up which can lead to automation failing silently, users encountering errors, integrations breaking or the security of your system being compromised. Here are my recommendations when you’re left flying solo.

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