It's no different than if I had a wristwatch and someone walked up to me and asked "Excuse me, do you know what time it is?" I mean how could I not help that person??? They're asking for information, and I have that information (or can at least help them) and it costs me NOTHING, it takes MINIMAL physical effort on my behalf, it barely takes a moment of my time. How could I simply walk away without giving them the time of day? I just can't do that to someone, that's my "Why?".
Go to Your Name » Setup » Develop » Pages
Copy/paste the following code into a new Page replacing what appears by default. Notice that in this example we're using custom fields for the Account address components:
Uh, uh, uh my Little Birds, get ready to spread your wings 'cuz Momma's gonna teach you to fly!
Here we go:
On your Report create a Custom Summary Formula (CSF) and select your Hours field and use the ROUND function. You might have to play around with the formual a bit if you always want it to Round UP
My CST keeps telling us about this feature it sounds great but we cannot figure out how to turn it on.
Premier support sent us instructions for analytic snapshot but thats not what we want. We want this feature in Winter 14.
We have unlimited.
NonEnhanced User Interface - Name > Setup > Customize > Reports & Dashboards > Historical Trending
Enhanced User Interface - Setup > Customize > Reports & Dashboards > Historical Trending
In the setup menu you will see this feature is enabled on a per object basis. Once enabled for a specific object, a new Report Type becomes available with the following label:
"Object Name with Historical Trending"
By default, the following standard fields are Tracked on the Opportunity Object:
Additionally, you are permitted to track Three custom fields of your choice
Up to Eight custom fields can be tracked on each Custom Object
- Up to 5 million rows of data will be stored
- 5 snapshot dates are permitted
- 4 historical filters are permitted
- Current data plus up to the prior 3 months can be included
When setting up Operational Trending you will be given the option to filter your results to meet the above limits.
When I create a New Event, on either iPhone or iPad, I can hardly fill out the form because of multiple issues with the way the screen elements are formatted, or issues with the way the elements incorrectly overlap each other, obscuring the fields into which I'm trying to enter information.
For example: when I try to pick a date, I tap the Start field, and the calendar control opens, I can select a day, but when I tap the time field, the keyboard obscures it, so I can't see what I'm typing.
The same thing happens with the Description field. When I tap it, the keyboard slides up and obscures it. I have to scroll up in order to see what I am typing. In this case, I can actually scroll up and see the field again, but it is annoying.
Also, the time picker should be a native iOS control. Instead, I have to awkwardly type the time.
Hello, Richard, you're not alone in experiencing problems with the Salesforce1 app. Another user reported that she could not edit the time for Events on her iPhone 5. In this case, I recommend you log a high-priority case with Salesforce Support to hopefully expedite a resolution to the problem.
: could not edit the time (https://success.salesforce.com/answers?id=90630000000he1iAAA)
I have no clue how to research how other orgs handle this. Any resources, terminology or direction would be greatly appreciated. Should I ask this question elsewhere?
it sounds like you are becoming a "system owner" of Salesforce.com where you should be in a position where you can start to make your rules and policies about how people "Buy" your service.
As you venture into this its important to layout what your "Service Level Agreements" are and balance the SLA with what resources and time you have to complete them. When dealing with cross functional teams in a team its important to define SLA careful because each function, in their mind, are the most important so communicating and managing expectations between all of them is key.
In addition, think about how your "Release Management" and "Change Management" will work. When you deploy a change for Sales you want to make sure it doesn't impact manarketing etc. Also, try to consolidate your releases in to production and have regular bullitins to all your stakeholders of whats going on with the platform.
If you are the sole guru, you should be fearful of imposing to other people what your system needs to be sustainable and successful
In case of Account you have the Compound Address field named as BillingAddress as well as the ShippingAddress.
Now the BillingAddress actually constitues the following:
Now back in the Apex/Visualforce/API, you will have to refer them individually like this:
Account.BillingStreet Account.BillingCity Account.BillingState Account.BillingCountry Account.BillingPostalCode
So same is the case for Lead:
Lead.Street Lead.City Lead.State Lead.Country Lead.PostalCodeAlways remember that while we access a Field in Apex/API/Visualforce, you have to refer them with the API Name and not the Label!
In the Demand Tool, there are modules to:
- Mass update fields, based on criteria, to a constant, expression, or the value of another field
- Mass merge duplicate records
- Mass backup data from all the standard and custom objects
- Mass transfer ownership for all records or a subset based on criteria
- Mass convert Leads to Contacts
- Download specific fields and records to an Excel-like Power Grid based on criteria. Once the data is in the Grid, you can perform some pretty handy operations to clean up the values and then post them back to Salesforce.
We are considering enabling Opportunity Splits -- but I need to know if enabling Opportunity Splits modifies all existing records? Specifically the Last Modified Date?
Per this help doc: "Enabling Opportunity Splits changes existing opportunity records in your organization."
I know that the Opportunity owner is auto-added to the opportunity team through this process -- but I don't want the Opportunities "last modified date" to be changed.