#1MinuteTip Came across this tweet that mentions a feature of Salesforce Extensions in VS Code that will give you a warning on the Salesforce orgs that will be expiring soon.
#1MinuteTip In Salesforce You have the option of pinning a particular list view in a tab so that when you navigate to that tab, you see the data as per selected list view.
For a long time, I did not understand why it got reset to the default “Recently Viewed” list every now and then… till I came across a help article from Salesforce. The pinned list view uses browser cookie and if you clear your browser’s cache, the pin list returns to the default view. And for the same reason it doesn’t sync between browsers.
References & Useful URLs
- Salesforce Help Article – Pin List Views in Lightning Experience
- Salesforce IdeaExchange – Upvote idea to store is as a user preference rather than browser cache
#1MinuteTip Here is an interesting blog post on how to store files on Amazon S3 using Salesforce functions. But why would you want to do this? Here is an interesting calculation for you to consider.
|1GB File Storage Cost on Salesforce:||US$ 5 Per Month|
|1GB File Storage Cost on Amazon S3 Standard:||US$ 0.16 Per Month|
As you can see, storing cost on Amazon S3 is almost 97% cheaper than storing it on Salesforce. Ah, now I have your attention.
In this post, Salesforce shares a solution that allows you to reduce file storage consumption by offloading documents to Amazon Web Services (AWS) using Salesforce Functions. This contains sample implementations for exporting and importing documents from Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3). Something definitely worth exploring.
References & Useful URLs
- Salesforce Developers Blog – Reduce File Storage Consumption with Salesforce Functions and Amazon S3
It will be a good idea to brand your Salesforce Org as per your company’s branding. And adding company’s logo to the App in your Salesforce Org is one step in that direction.
Here is how you can change the logo of the App in your Salesforce Org. For example, in the following screenshot, I have changed the logo of ‘Sales Console App’ to asagarwal.com…
#1MinuteTip How do you find out which objects are in use in your Salesforce Org? Here is an easy way. Navigate to “Storage Usage” under Setup and look under the section ‘Current Data Storage Usage’ that will list the record count for all the different standard and custom objects.