#75 Yo express a complex concept in a crystal way. It helps me to understand one of the most important security concept in salesforce.

– Shawn on blog 22 Ways to Share Records in Salesforce via Survey on 29-Jun-20

#74 Step by step. It’s a very easy article to follow and very well written!

– Shireen on blog Step By Step Guide on Getting Started with Einstein Bots in Salesforce via Survey on 29-Jun-20

#73 This may be the best set up guide ever. Every person who wants to use the Salesforce REST API and Visual Studio Code should get your blog.

– Chris on blog Step By Step Guide To Getting Started with Salesforce REST API using Java In VS Code via Blog Comment on 25-Jun-20

#72 Very thorough step-by-step guide to the new feature.
I liked that you explained the prework done so we better understood the custom object you used for the demonstration.
Screenshots were clear; everything I hoped to have a callout and further explanation did

– Claire on blog A Quick Guide to Getting Started with Dynamic Forms in Salesforce via Survey on 22-Jun-20

#71 Thank you for all you do for the community Ashish. I really like and appreciate the content you put out!

– Ashish on 1 Day, 1 Tip, 1 Minute Emails on Salesforce Release Features via Email on 20-Jun-20

#70 “There are many things I liked:
The layout of study items and how they are weighted
Items with their corresponding links and where you got them.”

– Satya on blog A Comprehensive Study Guide For Salesforce Certified Administrator Exam via Survey on 16-Jun-20

#69 Hello,

Your study guide on Admin exam is really comprehensive. The study guide is my goto guide while I’m preparing for certifications.

Thanks for putting in your time and efforts for making that wonderful guide. Much appreciated. 👍


– Meraj on A Comprehensive Study Guide On Salesforce Certified Administrator Exam via LinkedIn on 14-Jun-16

#68 All the above. It was well articulated. The content was easily readable and was a super guide. Like the table. You have a great blog….am a long time user of salesforce…and find good things in it. Thank you for doing what you are doing. Much appreciated.

– Kris on blog Salesforce Outlook Integration – A Step By Step Guide To Getting Started via Survey on 03-Jun-20

#67 Document is just awesome and easy to understand. Thanks to you!

– Nilesh on blog Step-by-Step Guide on Getting Started with Salesforce Surveys via Survey on 02-Jun-20

#66 Good to connect here Ashish.
I religiously follow your blog for any details that I look for. Awesome content and your thought process on it is something that I like.

Keep up the good work ans shine always!


– Kavita via LinkedIn on 28-May-20

#65 I wanted to start LWC and you have provided me the path

– Vineel on blog A Compilation of All Learning Resources on Lightning Web Components via Survey on 26-May-20

#64 Hi Ashish,
Thank you for all your emails that you have been sending.
They are very helpful. Curated screenshot with crisp guidelines for a quick and easy read and simple to implement.
Appreciate your efforts in all that you do.
– Prasanna on Resources via Email on 16-May-20

#63 Hi Ashish,
I am literally astonished by your work, and I really feel so much inspired from your dedication.

Myself a Certified Domain Architect, and exploring various things on Salesforce platform but your portal gave me more insights and directions towards my next level of steps, and it gave me the quick boost to expedite my career shift.Thanks a million, and you are definitely an inspiration to many.


– Suresh via Feedback form on 15-May-20

#62 Very well structured presentation and rich in content!

– Nadja on blog Salesforce Communities – A Step By Step Guide To Getting Started From Scratch via Survey on 13-May-20

#61 Great article. ANT migration tools generally required technical orientation so the unmanaged package provides a great point and click alternative.

– Yusuf on blog Step by Step Guide to Deploying using Unmanaged Package in Salesforce via Survey on 09-May-20