Allow experience users to select a record by clicking on a joy-filled image instead of choosing from a boring old list view. Spark joy by adding records to a CMS Collection and adding fields to the object for your image, tagline, etc. and creating a (behind the scenes) boring old list view.
This example is for a community foundation – a nonprofit that helps donors give their money to other organizations that match their passions, like the Seattle Foundation or the Columbus Foundation. Above we see a selection of LGBTQIA organizations and below Animal Welfare orgs.
JULY 30, 2021 UPDATE: This version is now outdated! Please go here for the latest.
Unsubscribe Link 2.2 (OUTDATED)
Allow Recipients to Unsubscribe From All Email Sent via Salesforce
When the recipient clicks to unsubscribe, a flow will look for all contacts and leads who have this email in the Email field and mark them “Email Opt Out.” The email address owner will receive one confirmation email immediately. A custom object tracks when someone unsubscribes to allow you to report on it.
See How It Works
UPDATE: 1/28/21 I realized how to send the confirmation email from someone other than “Site Guest User.” More in this post.
A few weeks ago, I had the opportunity to attend my very
first Forcelandia. This was the fifth year for the event, and it was also the
first year it was sold out. I must admit, I was pretty pumped. Not only was
this the first Salesforce-related conference I was attending, but I was excited
to get a glimpse at the developer side of the Salesforce landscape. I may have
played ACDC’s “Thunderstruck” a few times on the way down, you know, just to get
in the mood.
Forcelandia is a conference that may appear intimidating at first glance to the new Salesforce admin, as it is mostly tailored to the developer. Having attended though, I can say I got tremendous value out of the experience as a newbie. Below are some of my takeaways:
The experience of becoming a Salesforce Administrator can be a whirlwind of new information, building relationships with your fellow administrators and most of all, trying to develop a thorough understanding of the Salesforce stratosphere so you can best serve your user base. As someone who has essentially learned Salesforce Administration backwards (I received the title of Salesforce Admin, then scrambled to learn how it works), I can vouch for having encountered some white-knuckled, fist-clenching troubleshooting challenges. At first, I allowed myself to succumb to my frustration. After all, how could I not have all the answers? However, in my short time as a Salesforce Admin, I have discovered that not only am I not alone, but there are a ton of resources at my finger tips to help me as I navigate through my learning. Throughout my experience, I have picked up 3 tips that have been essential to my process:
Hi! Just a note to say that it’s sunny out and we don’t know how to handle that. We’re not blogging as much right now while we cope. Maya Peterson, Thomas George and I will be presenting at Portland’s amazing Forcelandia conference in August 8 & 9. We’ll have content to post after that!