If the Organization-Wide Settings (OWD) in your Salesforce Org is set to anything other than “Public Read/Write” for any of the standard or custom objects then it is more than likely that you will need to setup some sharing rules to share these records with other users. So what are the different ways to share records? Here is a checklist of all the different ways (22 that I could think of) in which you can share records in Salesforce. You can use this as a quick reference guide to help you determine which of these options will be most appropriate to meet your business requirements.
And the following presentation gives you a little more information about each of these sharing options.
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I found it just in time for my Sharing and Visibility Designer Certification Exam. It neatly distilled the essentials of all the sharing options. Excellent work. Thanks in part to your awesome artifact, I cleared the exam in 1 attempt.
It was a good document to understand the process. Yes it helped me. Great work. Appreciate it.
I am a salesforce consultant beginner, so i like your step by steps which are usefull to make everything right. I used them as a reminder of my initial training
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Found the exact information, which I was looking for on Salesforce sharing.
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