#90 Thank you Ashish for this amazing post. This is a great tool to create and brand web forms without using LWC.

– Yusuf on blog Step By Step Guide On Using FormAssembly with Salesforce To Create Web Forms via Survey on 28-Jul-20

#89 The detailed steps and images you included helped me get set up. Your examples showed exactly what I was seeing on the screen, but when I searched for the same information in training materials Salesforce provides I could not find anything close to what I was seeing!

– Tiffany on blog Salesforce Knowledge – A Step By Step Guide to Getting Started via Survey on 27-Jul-20

#88 Thank you for the detailed explanation. I also use actions using the trial and error method. This makes my life easy.

– Yusuf on blog Step-By-Step Guide On ‘Actions’ in Lightning Experience via Blog Comment on 26-Jul-20

#87 Just wanted to say thanks as these emails were very digestible size of information. Keep up the good work!

– Tomo on 1 Day, 1 Tip, 1 Minute Emails via Feedback form on 23-Jul-20

#86 Hi Ashish, the step-by-step is very simple and easy to follow. I followed the steps and successfully setup the email relay from SF to our G Suite. The weired “via” strings following Sender’s email is gone. Thank you.

– Olivia on blog Step By Step Guide To Setting Up Email Relay in Salesforce with G Suite via Blog Comment on 22-Jul-20

#85 Congratulations, i haven’t seen any other blog with such a personalized touch. I love the content on you blog and how you explain things

– Deepak on blog Step By Step Guide To Getting Started with Salesforce CMS via Survey on 22-Jul-20

#84 Honestly, I am beginner with no experience looking for Salesforce postions and trying to learn every technical word from scrath and while looking for resources I found your blog which allowed me to gain some knowledge. Your blog gave me clarity what tools are used and why from there I started to learn each module for example in documentation tools you mentioned we use confluence, quip so i strted looking for what is confluence how it works and why This is how your blog helped me most

– Sri on blog How to Query/Report on Metadata in Your Salesforce Org via Survey on 22-Jul-20

#83 It was laid out as the exam and easy to follow according to the domains of learning.

– Timothy on blog A Comprehensive Study Guide on Salesforce Certified Service Cloud Consultant Exam via Survey on 20-Jul-20

#82 Everything was laid out very clearly, step by step. I was equally struggling with various actions in lightning so this made it very simple to understand.

– Prerana on blog Step-By-Step Guide On ‘Actions’ in Lightning Experience via Survey on 14-Jul-20

#81 Really helpful overview to use as review material when needed, in area I do not come across very often. In general, I like the piecemeal high-level bits of information that I can deep dive into when I need.

– Jurgen on blog Step-By-Step Guide On ‘Actions’ in Lightning Experience via Survey on 13-Jul-20

#80 Great fan of your blog. You’re a great asset to the community!

– Manasa via LinkedIn on 13-Jul-20

#79 I like the content and you explained it in very well manner. Its really helpful

– Harshada on blog How to Send Mass Emails from Salesforce via Survey on 07-Jul-20

#78 Ashish, thanks for this guide. This is very helpful!

– Jeff on blog How To Set Up Mass Quick Action in Salesforce via Survey on 02-Jul-20

#77 Well structured and informative nd the additional reference links do come in handy if steps aren’t exactly fit to your custom scenario

– Dave on blog A Compilation of All Learning Resources on Lightning Web Components via Survey on 01-Jul-20

#76 step by step instructions were invaluable, the conga site gives a good overview of the elements but not much of a sequential way to use them, the PDF filled in the blanks I had nicely and I managed to get a working solution set up with only a few missteps where my instance differed from the screenshots.

– Andy on blog Step By Step Guide On Getting Started with Conga Composer in Salesforce via Survey on 30-Jun-20