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Chris DuncombeChris Duncombe 
Was informed today that I have been named a Salesforce MVP.  I just wanted to thank everyone as I know the nomination came from within the community.  I am honored and just wanted to say thank you  :)
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Jackie DoanJackie Doan
Chris, let's mark a best answer to keep our community clean! 

Haha - had to bust your chops. :)
Khalil MedinaKhalil Medina 
I want to say THANK YOU all. Today I certified as a Sales Force ADM and it won't be possible without you guys.  I want to say specially thanks to Steve Molis and Jeff May, you guys are a huge example for me. I cannot be more happy

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Khalil MedinaKhalil Medina
Syam Kishore: the key for me was learning everyday something new, because since I work as a salesforce adm I have some experience. I didn't try to memorize answers and questions, I don't find this valuable. I went to real situations. 

That serie of videos named: WHO SEES WHAT is excelent:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X3Hg6OXhPO8&list=PL6747B4DAE356E17C

And the next on line courses:
Online course: Administration Essentials for New Admins and Administration Essentials for the 
Service Cloud
Other helpful resources:
 Online course: Analyze Your Data with Reports
 Online course: Configure Salesforce with Custom Fields
 Online course: Customizing Profiles to Align with Your Business Needs
 Online course: Getting a Head Start with Chatter
 Online course: Getting Started with Managing Data
 Online course: Managing Users and Troubleshooting Login Issues
 Online course: Summarize Your Data with Dashboards

That's all.

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Jack SpiderJack Spider 
I created a custom object in my production environment with some fields A,B,C.
I then created some other fields E,D,F in sandbox and I also created a trigger in sandbox.

After deployed the changesets to production, I tried to create a report on the custom object.
But I'm only able to see and drag A,B,C from the left panel.

So what might be the problem?
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Mayank SrivastavaMayank Srivastava
Jack,
Check the field level security of the fields E,D and F by going to Setup -> Manage Users ->Profiles. Acces your profile , then the custom object and then the fields. Mark them visible and you are good to go. 
I'm assuming that you didn't move profiles as components in the outbound changeset from Sandbox, hence the discrepancy.
Dan EnglandDan England 
Specifically: I have a picklist field for Primary Sales Engineer on the account. When I create an opportunity, I'd like to pass that value down to the opportunity but I want to be able to change that value if I don't want the default.
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Kristopher EagerKristopher Eager
You can do this with a simple workflow rule and two custom fields:

1. Create a custom formula field on opportunities that pulls-in the value from the Primary Sales Engineer account field, do not put this field on the page layout.
2. Create another custom field on the opportunity, this time a text field, and plan to add this one to the page layout.
3. Create a workflow rule and field update on the opportunity object that when an opportunity is created, will display the value from the hidden formula field.
4. If you want to change the defailt value in the text field, now you can simply key it in!
Nica Anouk SiegertNica Anouk Siegert 
I'm installing and configuring Salesforce for Outlook right now and noticed it defaults to IE if I click on any item. Is there a way to link it to Chrome instead of IE, especially since IE is no longer supported?
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Mayank SrivastavaMayank Srivastava
Hello Nica,
Go to Control Panel ->Programs -> Default Programs -> Set Default Programs ->Google Chrome
Set the above to default. Check if that helps.
Naziya PathanNaziya Pathan 
I have created an Account Hierarchy where changing the Parent Account Owner does not change the child account owner neither the contact owner changes.
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Deepak AnandDeepak Anand
Great use case for Processes - 
  1. Go to Setup | Create | Workflows & Approvals | Process Builder
  2. New Process
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Eddy RichmondEddy Richmond 

Since Process scheduled actions don't appear in the time-based queue I can't find the answer through trial and error.

I know when a workflow rule's criteria changes that sets the time-based action on queue the time-based action is removed from the queue. Is this the same with Process Builder and scheduled actions? If a scheduled action is trigger since the criteria on the process is met will that scheduled action be removed if the criteria changes before it fires?

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Deepak AnandDeepak Anand
Yes the Actions queued by the Processes comes under this - 
 
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Tammy GagnonTammy Gagnon 
i have been working on some changes in my sandbox and some involved updating picklists. I am lost as to what component they would be listed under in the change sets.
 Any ideas?
I also need to know how to add the below as well:
Campaign Influence
Campaign search layout Campaigns Tab

Thanks!!
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Ali RasoolAli Rasool
Hi Tammy,

If the updated picklist fields in question are custom fields, you'll want to select the "Custom Field" Component Type from the "Add to Change Set" page and proceed to locate the desired custom fields to be added to your change set. You should be able to sort the resultant list view by Name (i.e., a custom field's Field Label) or Type (i.e., the object to which a custom field belongs).

Standard Fields are not available as components for change sets. Neither are Standard Objects (as opposed to being able to add a Custom Object to a change set).

You will not be able to include Campaign Influence and Campaign search layout Campaigns Tab to your change set.

On a related note, when you include a Custom Object component in a change set, that Custom Object's search layouts are automatically included because they are a part of the custom object.

Here are some links to related information you may find useful--
Hope this helped!

Ali
Brendan ConroyBrendan Conroy 
It's one of those, I think that I know that answer, but couldn't find any resources. When you import a Lead from a web to lead form and you have it set to alert the User, but not block them from creating it, is the Lead created or does it error out on the backend and not create it? Same question for if you have a Lead to Contact matching rule (ie if a Contact exists and is created through a web-to-lead form). I know that you can report on these dupes with a custom report type, but how does that work specifically? Thanks!
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Brendan ConroyBrendan Conroy
Spoke with support. As i thought, if you have it alerting you on any Lead based dupe rule, it will not create the record. This document gives you the behavior and a solution. Duplicate rules needs to work better with web to lead (and leads in general). 

https://help.salesforce.com/HTViewSolution?id=000212677&language=en_US
Jennifer PitonJennifer Piton 
Good afternoon,
When a user clicks the custom Log an Activity button that I created (at the opportunity level), the opportunity field is not populated (when they are creating it from the opportunity). Below is the link url. Is this correct?

/00T/e?who_id={!Opportunity.Id}&followup=1&tsk5=Enter Activity Subject Here&retURL=%2F{!Opportunity.Id}

Thank you!
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Deepak AnandDeepak Anand
Should have been what_id
/00T/e?what_id={!Opportunity.Id}&followup=1&tsk5=Enter Activity Subject Here&retURL=%2F{!Opportunity.Id}