Here is the release overview presentation with screenshots highlighting the important features and functionalities introduced in Salesforce Spring 16 Release
Here is the release overview presentation with screenshots highlighting the important features and functionalities introduced in Salesforce Winter 16
Ever since Salesforce announced ‘Meet the New Salesforce’ event, I was quite curious to know what would it mean and contain. The event took place last night and even though it was at the most inconvenient hour of the night in my part of the world, I made sure that I don’t miss it. And I will tell you what – It was worth it. More
Salesforce introduced an integrated philanthropic approach called the 1-1-1 model. In simple terms this model means that every year Salesforce donates 1% of the company’s product, equity and time to improve communities around the world. A noble idea indeed and many organisations have started following the suit.
But you don’t have to be an organisation to be able to follow this model. As an individual Salesforce professional, you can also adopt this model by volunteering your time to help non-profits with their Salesforce requirements. More
Sometimes you would want to lock records in Salesforce so that they can no longer be edited or deleted. When a record has reached the end of its lifecycle, nobody should be allowed to modify the record any longer. For example once an opportunity record is closed (closed won or closed lost), it just needs to live in system without being touched. Same can be for “Cases” or records sitting in your custom objects. Or maybe once a record has been interfaced to a backend system, you would want to lock the record so that it can no longer be modified in Salesforce.
So, then how do you lock records in Salesforce so that it can no longer be modified? More