Here is the release overview presentation with screenshots highlighting the important features and functionalities introduced in Salesforce Summer 16 Release
Here is the release overview presentation with screenshots highlighting the important features and functionalities introduced in Salesforce Spring 16 Release
Salesforce has released a FREE version of its Analytics Cloud and typical to any Salesforce products or features, this looks cool too. The user interface is quite intuitive and it won’t take more than 10 minutes for you to learn the basics and figure out how to slice and dice your data.
Analytics Playground (as Salesforce is calling it) currently has three main features
- There is a tutorial that tells you how to use it
- You can upload your data (from Salesforce, CSV, Excel or Google Spreadsheet) and play with it
- Explore the dashboards that Salesforce has pre-created for you to play with
One of the best part of Analytics Playground is that you don’t have to have a Salesforce account to use it. You can upload the data from your Salesforce Org, CSV, Excel or Google Spreadsheet and use the magic of Salesforce Analytics to get the data dance to your tune.
In this free version you will not be able to save your data or the visualisations though you can export it as an image.
Take a look. You are going to like it. Navigate to https://www.salesforce.com/analytics-playground/
If you thought Apple Watch is just another funky hi-tech watch, you are right. But it is not just that. Your watch can now also be used in your business/work as another cool technology. I heard Marc Benioff saying that there is no reason why you can’t run your business from your mobile phone. Salesforce seem to be taking it to another level. Now you can run your business from your wrist. With Apple Watch coming out next month More
Here is the release overview presentation with screenshots highlighting the important features and functionalities introduced in Salesforce Spring 15