The weather outside is frightful, but Spring is right around the corner. Spring ’13, that is.
Here are just a few things we’ll be delivering in this release.
We broke up the huge 4000+ page “How to be Successful with Salesforce” user guide into 14 new downloadable guides, divided by role, Salesforce product area, and experience level. Now you can download only the guides that are relevant to you. The new guides include “Salesforce Basics” for new users, “Set Up and Maintain Your Salesforce Organization” for administrators, “Collaborate with Everyone” for Chatter users, “Enhance Salesforce with… Continue reading
Check out these seven new videos, created specifically for the Salesforce Winter ’13 release. Learn tips and tricks for working in Chatter, Visual Workflow, reporting, and more! Continue reading
If you learn better by watching than by reading, check out some of our great new videos for Summer ’12!
Using Cross Filters in Salesforce Reports
Narrow down a report to find just the records that you need. Cross filters let you fine-tune your results by including or excluding records from related objects, without having to write formulas or code.
Using the Developer Console to Edit, Execute, and Debug Apex Classes
Learn how to use the Developer Console to build and troubleshoot on the Force.com platform. Watch as we use the Developer Console to open and navigate through… Continue reading
The Spring ’12 release is here, and if you’re a developer, you’re probably asking “what’s in it for me?” The answer is, plenty. Here, in no particular order, is my take on the top 10 features for developers.
- SOQL OFFSET (Developer Preview) – This is a new clause on the SOQL SELECT statement that lets you “skip” rows in the returned record set. You can use OFFSET together with LIMIT to break up returned data into blocks of records. Note that OFFSET is applied to the result set returned at the time of the query. There’s no server-side
It’s Dreamforce week! If you’re one of the many planning to spend some time in the Developer Zone, be sure to take advantage of the great workbooks we’ve printed up just for you.
Our workbooks are designed to take you through a feature step-by-step in tutorial style. No prior experience with the feature is necessary.
Come on over to the Dev Zone, grab a workbook, and spend some time at a station walking through the exercises. Sit down, play around, and learn a new feature! You’ll see some familiar titles and some that are totally new this year… Continue reading