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#231

Hi Ashish,

I have now gotten around to attending and finishing the course and it was super helpful. As an admin that hasn’t had the time to fully sit down and understand all the aspects of Salesforce Flows, this has given me a much better understanding of the basics, as well as more confidence to tackle any upcoming flow requests that may be coming my way at work! 🙂

I particularly appreciated your way of explaining everything step-by-step in a slow and clear way. It was also super helpful to hear the participant’s questions and comments throughout the modules.

I look forward to attending future courses provided by you.

Have a great weekend.
Best,
Maija

– Maija on on Course: Mastering Salesforce Flows  via Email 07-Jan-2022


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#229 Just wanted to say that the release update emails were amazing. I think a lot of people in the SF ecosystem struggle getting through all of the release updates, and this was so helpful to prepare.

– Sierra on 1 Day, 1 Tip, 1 Minute Emails on Salesforce Release Features  via Feedback form on 07-Dec-2021


#228 Thank you Ashish for this detailed explanation. The help article is not super clear explaining some points and your presentation just answered all my questions.

– Ahmed on Step-By-Step Guide To External Account Hierarchy in Salesforce  via comment on bog post 30-Nov-2021


#227 very comprehensive PDF with step by step instructions – this provides a great overview of the functionality

– Hans on Step By Step Guide To Using Email Templates in Salesforce  via Feedback Form on 29-Nov-2021


#226 I was a little confused, but I think it was because I’m not familiar with LWC. However, it was well put together, thank you!

– Angel on Step By Step Guide To Getting Started With LWC  via Feedback Form on 29-Nov-2021


#225 Nothing left to be desired. I really appreciate that you pointed out whether the tool was free or paid, that is extremely helpful when you aren’t familiar with what is included and available in our package, for a lack of a better word. Thank you for all the time and effort you put into your blog etc. It can be difficult to find real step-by-step instructions especially on Trailblazer, which is not my favorite learning tool.

– Angel on 21 Different Monitoring & Auditing Tools in Salesforce  via Feedback Form on 29-Nov-2021


#224 Thank you for posting guides etc. on things that I didn’t know were possible! lol. this was actually something we have been looking for to solve this exact issue!

– Angel on How to Set Up Mass Quick Action in Salesforce  via Feedback Form on 29-Nov-2021


#223 Hi Ashish, I have purchased your flow tutorial. It is the best 👍👍

– Natarajan via on Course: Mastering Salesforce Flows  via Email 18-Nov-2021


#222 Thanks for the walk through Ashish, great to see that working in an org – this would have saved a lot of work had it been in a previous release! I can think of a lot of use cases.

– Mary on Step By Step Guide to Using Restriction Rules in Salesforce  via Feedback Form on 18-Nov-2021


#221 Your website is an amazing and invaluable resource! I’m sorry I didn’t find it before studying for my Admin 201 test, it would have helped greatly! Looking forward to learning more.

– Jackie on A Comprehensive Study Guide On Salesforce Certified Administrator Exam  via Feedback Form on 17-Nov-2021

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#220 Thanks again for another brilliant series – I’m so grateful for these easy to understand bitesize emails to get me ready for new releases.

– Mary on 1 Day, 1 Tip, 1 Minute Emails on Salesforce Release Features  via Email on 17-Nov-2021


#219 I liked especially the idea itself. We just discussed how to disable validation and automation for a record restore process – so, your blog came really just in time!! Also, we have seen this for triggers. It was new for me to use the same technique for valiataion rules and others as well as described in this document.

Your samples will help me to proceed, however, I have not started to develop this all, it’s just a user story in the backlog and the idea in my brain 🙂 I will definitively use this article when I start. My first task is controlling trigger automation, later all the other stuff.

That’s why I cannot answer your questions in detail. A mix of idea, screenshots and links to external resources as a starting point for further research (if necessary) is the best what works for me.

I really appreciate all your blogs, thanks for everything.

– Elke on How To Bypass Automations & Validations in Salesforce for Mass DML Operations  via Survey on 16-Nov-2021


#218 Hi Ashish,
I have seen many of your articles and I really like the less but crisp details and how it comes as logically separated small bits easy to find and refer again and especially the screenshots .
Thanks a lot for such a great content.

– Shikha on A Step by Step Guide to Setting Up Email-To-Case in Salesforce  via Survey on 15-Nov-2021


#217 Step by Step screenshots with callouts were the most important and I appreciated being able to read more detail below the screenshots. The nice thing about screenshots is the reader can quickly skip ahead. Videos are pain to make and edit on your side, and as a viewer, it’s tedious to watch and apply. You have highly detailed screenshots and callouts (many steps) so keep using this format.

– Chris on How to Send Rich Text Emails From Flows in Salesforce  via Survey on 15-Nov-2021


#216 Dear Ashish,

I’ll tell you what the feedback is: We are doing it. I had been looking at doing something like this for over a year and your post gave me an outstanding blueprint. We’ve decided to move ahead almost exactly along these lines – the ones you presented in the PDF.

Bests, (and a massive thank you)

Matt

– Matt on How To Bypass Automations & Validations in Salesforce for Mass DML Operations  via Email on 10-Nov-2021


#215 As always, your blogs are excellent and exceptional. Thanks

– Mathew on Step By Step Guide to Custom Permission in Salesforce  via Survey on 09-Nov-2021


#214 I think you thought of everything. Very detailed and comprehensive. I hope you will continue posting more useful tips.

– Natalie on How to Lock Records in Salesforce?  via Survey on 08-Nov-2021


#213 I love the way you explain how the process works. For every step theres a screenshot and even if it means the same process has to be REPEATED several times, you still do that, which is awesome. Its a definite PERFECT guide for a beginner

– Raaidha on A 60 Minutes Step-By-Step DIY Guide to Salesforce REST API for Non-Developers  via Survey on 06-Nov-2021


#212 I love that it is easy to follow. It is brief, concise, and right to the point. A lot of graphics and fewer words, that’s more effective than reading hundreds of release notes. THANK YOU!

– MK on Salesforce Flows – Winter ’22 Release Features  via Survey on 03-Nov-2021


#211 NA – Thank you for sharing your guides and learnings! I really appreciate your work and value these as I work to improve my skill set. Thank you again!

– Megan on Salesforce Flows – Winter ’22 Release Features  via Survey on 03-Nov-2021


#210 Love your blog and emails! Always super informative and digestible. Keep up the great work!!!

– Ralph via LinkedIn Message on 29-Oct-2021


#209 Its Really Nice and Great Work Ashish Agarwal

– Rahul via on Course: Mastering Salesforce Flows  via LinkedIn Post Comment 29-Oct-2021


#208 This is the only document I found with clear step by step explanations and all the relevant screencaptures. The explanation of how the datacategorygroup.Topic column works helped a lot. On this specific point Salesforce documentation was absolutely not clear enough.

– Koko on Step By Step Guide to Importing Articles in Salesforce Knowledge  via Survey on 26-Oct-2021


#207 The Step-by-Step screenshot with callout are very helpful. This is very easy to follow and makes everything clear

– Maria on Step-by-Step Guide To Consent Management in Salesforce  via Survey on 20-Oct-2021


#206 There were two aspects in which I found tremendous value.
a) the step by step screenshots – especially the interaction between SF and GCP which I believe would be difficult, at best, to describe in words but the screenshots not only showed exactly what to do but provided context on why it needed to be done
b) the external references. Because, for me, once I see it in practice then the reference materials provide deeper understanding because it isn’t abstract any longer, it is against a practical application that I developed.

– Joe on How to Integrate Document Management System with Salesforce using Salesforce Files Connect  via Survey on 11-Oct-2021

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#205 good session which will help to understand how flows replace triggers in coming days. Thank you!!

– Muddana on Course: Mastering Salesforce Flows  via Course Comment 05-Oct-2021


#204 Your all blogs are awesome and gold mine with a very clear articulation.

– Sneha on How to Report on Objects and Fields Defined in Salesforce  via Survey on 05-Oct-2021


#203 This was great! I had a use case for this and the timing could not have been better. Worked like a charm!

– Adam on How To Use Screen-Flow to Upload Files & Make it Mandatory  via Blog Post Comment on 04-Oct-2021


#202 I got the clear picture. Also I loved the way you represented those URI. It was so helpful information.

– Pritam on A 60 Minutes Step-By-Step DIY Guide to Salesforce REST API for Non-Developers  via Survey on 03-Oct-2021


#201 It saved me time in understanding some of the Consent objects. I knew about the SF lab Consent capture flow but some of your uses cases were also new and interesting

– David on Step-by-Step Guide To Consent Management in Salesforce  via Survey on 02-Oct-2021


#200 Thank you so much for providing this excellent and helpful content!

– Alissa on Course: Mastering Salesforce Flows  via Course Comment 01-Oct-2021


#199 Great session! Thank you for all this clarity

– Rachel on Course: Mastering Salesforce Flows  via Course Comment 30-Sep-2021


#198 Thanks Ashish Agarwal for putting this together!! Taking your course and already applying and seeing positive impact!!”

– Alexander Lee on Course: Mastering Salesforce Flows  via LinkedIn Post Comment 30-Sep-2021


#197 The blog post content was really good. Though I tried to implement. For some reason it didn’t work for my org. But I would absolutely love to get access to other blogs of yours to get a deeper understanding . Thanks a lot.

– Sarannya on How to Report on Objects and Fields Defined in Salesforce  via Survey on 29-Sep-2021


#196 Step by step screenshots were really helpful and probably the only guide online with that. Kudos to you! UI can be prettier but that is just icing on the cake, amazing work!

– Youxin on Step-by-Step Guide on Getting Started with Salesforce Surveys  via Survey on 27-Sep-2021


#195 I found the solution which I was looking for. Thanks a lot for providing valuable information through blogs.

– Jagdish on How to Report on Objects and Fields Defined in Salesforce  via Survey on 25-Sep-2021


#194 As not having experience on Salesforce or Postman this was very clear and understandable. Clear step-by-step instructions did help me.

– Mika on A 60 Minutes Step-By-Step DIY Guide to Salesforce REST API for Non-Developers  via Survey on 22-Sep-2021


#193 User friendly,step by step screenshots,really wonderful job!!!!!!

– Uma on Step By Step Guide To Integrating Google Sheets with Salesforce  via Survey on 22-Sep-2021


#192 I’ve been following your course since it started. I’m a little behind but will catch up this weekend. It is landmark excellent.

– Matt via on Course: Mastering Salesforce Flows  via Email on 17-Sep-2021


#191 i love the short release email bites!!! screenshots for sure and step by step instructions

– Monica on 1 Day, 1 Tip, 1 Minute Emails on Salesforce Release Features  via Survey on 16-Sep-2021

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#190 Very thorough and easy to follow steps. It gave me everything I needed to work with my IT department to enable Email Relay.

– Leyna on Step By Step Guide To Setting Up Email Relay in Salesforce with G Suite  via Feedback Form on 07-Sep-2021


#189 Thanks for the daily email with the release notes tips! Super helpful and informative.

– Nikki on 1 Day, 1 Tip, 1 Minute Emails on Salesforce Release Features  via LinkedIn Message on 03-Sep-2021


#188 What I liked about the workshop
1. Quality and pace of instruction
2. Excellent quality of the PDF handouts especially the step by step screen shots – will continue to serve as excellent reference material long after the workshop
3. Clear interest in imparting knowledge and answering all questions even if it meant adding an extra session at the end. Thank you! – Anonymous response via Survey

– Anonymous on Course: Mastering Salesforce Flows  via Survey 02-Sep-2021


#187 – Very glad to have attended Ashish’s workshop on Salesforce Flows.
Found this to be a great foundational / intermediate workshop with excellent quality of content and instruction, perfectly paced to address attendee questions and with a number of lab exercises and clear step by step directions. Whether one is a high level functional type as I am or lean more technical, I would recommend this highly as time well spent to get a good grounding on the different types of Flows. Last, Ashish’s breadth and depth of knowledge about all things Salesforce, combined with his innate humility is most impressive.” – Jay Kamal via LinkedIn Recommendation

– Jay Kaimal on Course: Mastering Salesforce Flows  via LinkedIn Recommendation 01-Sep-2021


#186 Thanks for you and the team for providing this. Such a great helpful resource to cover the release notes in the best way possible… Thanks 🙏

– Kiran on 1 Day, 1 Tip, 1 Minute Emails on Salesforce Release Features  via LinkedIn Post Comment on 31-Aug-2021


#185 Winter is coming! I signed up in the summer release, and it has been really helpful!

I really like the one tip a day idea, which saved me from being overwhelmed with the release notes! I really appreciate all the hard work you do!!!

– Cara on 1 Day, 1 Tip, 1 Minute Emails on Salesforce Release Features  via LinkedIn Post Comment on 31-Aug-2021


#184 Just signed up for your #SalesforceWinter22 email… love it!! Thanks for creating great content 🙂

– Avi on 1 Day, 1 Tip, 1 Minute Emails on Salesforce Release Features  via LinkedIn Message on 25-Aug-2021


#183 Hi Ashish, Thank you for your blog. I am very impressed with your credentials but even more than that your interest and willingness to teach others. Thank you for sharing your knowledge.  Mahalo

– Jennifer via LinkedIn Message on 25-Aug-2021


#182 Hi Ashish — I just discovered your blog through the “How to Report on Objects and Fields Defined in Salesforce” post. It’s super helpful. Thank you for sharing your Salesforce knowledge. Best, Neil

– Neil via LinkedIn Message on 24-Aug-2021


#181 Really, great ashish the way you are sending the tips and it’s very helpful. And it’s like upgrading every day with a single tip.

– Pavan on 1 Day, 1 Tip, 1 Minute Emails on Salesforce Release Features  via Feedback Form on 24-Aug-2021


#180 The screenshots were the most helpful. Also, the topic was something that I couldn’t find covered anywhere else. Finding you post was the difference between implementing a major project w Salesforce and going with another solution. Thank you 🙂

The only thing that gave me pause was the link to the Google API source https://developers.google.com/chart/infographics/docs/qr_codes. The result has a warning at the top about the source being deprecated with a link to the ‘Actively Maintained’ Google Charts API. I couldn’t find anything on the newer API about QR codes, so I went with the older one. Since it worked, I stuck with it and considered it a success, but it does make me a little nervous.

– Kristina on How to Generate and Use QR Code in Salesforce  via Feedback Form on 29-Jun-2021


#179 Hi Ashish, I saw your presentation about Dynamic Forms & Actions at Apex Hours. I really like the way you explain everything and also the way you go again over the same just to make the concept/explanation easier to understand. I am looking forward to connect with you and keep learning from you.

– Daniel on YouTube Video on Dynamic Forms & Actions  via LinkedIn Message on 28-Jun-2021


#178 The way you addressed the specific use case and how you walked the creation of the processes step by step. It was superbly written.

– Pete on How to Lock Records in Salesforce?  via Feedback Form on 28-Jun-2021


#177 It is a complete resource. I found it easy to read and understand. Way much better than the oficial SF docs

– Manuel on Step By Step Guide to Multiple Currencies in Salesforce  via Feedback Form on 22-Jun-2021


#176 I am very pleased that all the sections and links were documented so neat and quick links were given if we want to visit the details -I just wish that for some topics 2,3 or 4 links can also be given if we think all those resources are great not just one like not mostly salesforce but some other short tutorials.But,still excellent job of documenting everything at one place without changing or going anywhere else link opens in diff window so it always help them to read and close and revisit any other topic

– Shikha on A Comprehensive Study Guide On Salesforce Certified Administrator Exam  via Feedback Form on 19-Jun-2021

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#175 I love it, and your tweets. They give piecemeal bits of information that are easy to digest and remember. Very much appreciated!

– Jurgen on How to Use Fault Path in Salesforce Flow  via Feedback Form on 16-Jun-2021


#174 I followed your instructions and was able to implement in my dev instance and everything worked as it should!

– Emma on How to Generate and Use QR Code in Salesforce  via Feedback Form on 10-Jun-2021


#173 Thank you so much Ashish for the blog. You made my job easier

– Krishna on Step By Step Guide To Getting Started with Salesforce CMS  via Feedback Form on 07-Jun-2021


#172 I like the step-by-step screenshots, it certainly help a lot. Thank you so much for all the works that you provided.

– Amanda on A Compilation of All Learning Resources on Lightning Web Components  via Feedback Form on 05-Jun-2021


#171 Seeing the step by step screenshots as well as a similar to real life case scenario helped a lot to quickly understand what was going on. Reference links then provided more in depth knowledge to nailed it. Thanks!

– Arquimidez on How to Configure State and Country Picklists in Salesforce  via Feedback Form on 03-Jun-2021


#170 Fantastic resource, really condensed topics and helps focus on key points. Great for cert prep

– Sierra on Step By Step Guide To Custom Report Type in Salesforce  via Feedback Form on 03-Jun-2021


#169 The step by step process to create the jar was so helpful.

– Natei on Step-By-Step Guide to Get Started with Salesforce SOAP API using Java  via Survey on 30-May-2021


#168 The structure! I find it difficult to find precise links online for each topic on the exam and it takes a lot of time. The links you provided for each topic makes me feel comfortable that I will review everything for the exam and it decreases the time I spend looking online.

– Lisa on A Comprehensive Study Guide For SFDC Certified Sales Cloud Consultant Exam  via Survey on 29-May-2021


#167 The step by step screenshots were the key. SF docs would benefit from the shots since they use SF speak in most cases and if you are learning/not familiar with the lingo then you get lost and blogs like yours rescue us.

– Joe on Step By Step Guide To Using Email Templates in Salesforce  via Survey on 26-May-2021


#166 The downloadable step by step guide is very detailed and helpful. Much more helpful that Help documents from Salesforce.

– Jon on Salesforce Communities – A Step By Step Guide To Getting Started From Scratch  via Survey on 13-May-2021


#165 It was really clear and descriptive that anyone could understand and follow. By including the step-by-step screenshots with callouts, Ashish Agarwal has done a really amazing job to guide even the novice developer. As I can see you’ve spent a great amount of time to prepare this and to share the knowledge with the world and this is really a noble quality. I encourage you and wish you all the success in publishing more blogs like this.

– Chandana on Step by Step Guide on Sending & Receiving SMS From / In Salesforce  via Survey on 11-May-2021


#164 Comprehencive, up to date info. Provided info at least gives an idea what topics I still need to study deeper. Invaluable as a ‘to do’ list. Plus realy fine links to other blog posts of yours. Respect and thanks!

– Darius on A Comprehensive Study Guide on Salesforce Certified Advanced Administrator  via Survey on 02-May-2021


#163 The screenshots were extremely helpful. There were several steps that I had not taken prior when it wasn’t working. After reading through this blog, everything worked!

– Leslie on A 60 Minutes Step-By-Step DIY Guide to Salesforce REST API for Non-Developers  via Survey on 28-Apr-2021


#162 The step by step screenshots worked well for me as it helped to visualize and apply the teachings on my own.

– Nicholas on tep By Step Guide To Creating Record-Triggered Flow in Salesforce  via Survey on 25-Apr-2021


#161 How accurate and relevant your blog is and how the PDF helps provide a guided and clear path. It was the very detailed step by step instruction. You cover many examples on your site that are real world issues, where most blogs just cover the issues that are already out there.

– Ben on Step By Step Guide To Integrating Google Sheets with Salesforce  via Survey on 20-Apr-2021

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