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David WrightDavid Wright 
I would be interested to hear if anybody has an idea of what percentage of customer's have moved from Classic to Lightning?
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Jonathan FoxJonathan Fox

I've tried digging for the answer because you triggered my curiosity.

I can not find any hard and fast stats but her are some blogs talking about it:

Here are some closly related stats too:

Emma FayEmma Fay 
I'm working on the Admin Intermediate 'Create Validation Rules' challenge.

This is the challenge:
- Name the validation rule Contact must be in Account ZIP Code
- A contact with a MailingPostalCode that has an account and does not match the associated Account ShippingPostalCode should return with a validation error and not be saved
- The validation rule should ONLY apply to contact records with an associated account. Contact records with no associated parent account can be added with any MailingPostalCode value. (Hint: you can use the ISBLANKfunction for this check)

I'm presuming that to check whether the postal codes are the same you use "MailingPostalCode  =  Account.ShippingPostalCode"

It's the third step which is confusing me. So far my best guess is this, but I know it's wrong:
IF(ISBLANK(Account.ParentId) MailingPostalCode, MailingPostalCode  =  Account.ShippingPostalCode)

I basically want to say - if the field is blank, take no action. If it's not blank, check whether they're the same. If they're not the same, don't allow the record to be saved.

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Andrew CookAndrew Cook
Hi Emma,

I used the following and it worked:

NOT( ISBLANK ( Account.Id ) ), 
MailingPostalCode <> Account.ShippingPostalCode 
Danielle RosenDanielle Rosen 
Hello - I enabled path settings for a custom object I created, but the chevrons are not appearing on the object. I only have one record type so I have already ruled that out as the problem. Any thoughts what it could be?

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Tom HoffmanTom Hoffman

Hi Danielle - did you add the path to your lightning page and enable that page for your org, app, and profiles you want to see that path? 

You can click edit page from the setup, then on the lightning page screen, drag and drog the path component into place.  Click save and then activation - choose to either set it as the org default (everyone) or specificlaly for app(s), record type(s), and profile(s).   When you go back to your custom object, it should appear on the page. 

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Marc MaschinoMarc Maschino 
In the Lightning Experience Reports & Dashboard Specialist Superbadge, we are instructed to add a report template for custom objects in the "Other Reports category". I thought that meant a folder named Other Reports but I get the error

Challenge Not yet complete... here's what's wrong:
We can’t find your solution for users to report on custom objects named “SolarBots and Status Data,” or it's not stored in the correct place.

Since I've created the report, this implies it's not in the right place. I searched for categories in Setup's Quick Find & also as a record type when creating a new report, to no avail.

What am I missing?
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Jared HenningJared Henning
Hey Marc,

Sounds like it's a reference to creating a new report type. User-added image

When you are creating a new report type, you can choose which category to consider this type of report. You'll want to use this picklist:
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Then, when a user creates a new report, they are prompted to first choose a report type (sort of like a template, I guess). They would then be able to find the report type you created under the corresponding 'category' on the left.
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Hope that helps clear things up. Good luck!
Melissa Travers (Tanium)Melissa Travers (Tanium) 

Hello, we use Salesforce Knowledge for our community articles.  When sharing these on social, Twitter for example, it does not automatically render an image, even though there are images in the article.  Just shows blank which is not very eye catching.  Is there a way to do this?



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Danielle LapidusDanielle Lapidus
Hi Melissa,
 I found a similar discussion where knowledge article images were not viewable by portal users becasue they had been put into rich text area fields.

If your images are in similar fileds, you'll get the same issue in Twitter. "Images in the rich text area fields are meant to be "Salesforce internally available only" by default."

See the workarounds here:

Hope this helps!
Danielle Lapidus
Supriya PSupriya P 
Hello ,  

What is the relationship between Case and Solution object.

They say that Solution is a child object of case but i found no relationship when i searched in their respective fields.
Please somebody explain me this concept. 

Thank you,
Supriya Panguddi
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Head In CloudHead In Cloud
Hi Supriya,
The Case Solution works as a connector object between both a Case and a Solution.  When you create the object you will need to enter a CaseID and a SolutionID.  They system should create the CaseSolutionID itself. This will create a relationship which is many-to-many.
The ID value will not match the case number or the solution numbers.  It is the actual ID that Salesforce uses to store data.  If you click on one of the cases in the system the URL will show what the ID is except for the last three digits.  The data loader uses the 18 digit number instead of the 15 digits displayed in the system.  You can also view what the ID is by create a custom formula(text) field that has {!id} in it.  This will display the 15 digit ID
Neha KaushikNeha Kaushik 
I have created a field with a formula that calculates annual revenue. This considers probability(%)* monthly revenue* the number of months for which revenue is expected. I am able to do this part and this is sorted.
formula used: (13-MONTH( Est_Go_Live_Date__c ))* Amount * Probability

There is another field that captures the frequency of revenue as one-time and recurring.

Where I am facing challenges is:
I want when the frequency is one-time then it should show monthly revenue as is and where the frequency is recurring, the formula should come in effect. 
I tried doing this with formula-if but I am not able to get the right result. Please help if possible.
Best Answer chosen by Neha Kaushik
Aviral AgrawalAviral Agrawal
Check this one, 

IF(TEXT(Frequency__c) = "Recurring", ((13-MONTH( Est_Go_Live_Date__c ))* Amount * Probability),
IF(TEXT(Frequency__c) = "One-time",   Amount ,NULL))

Raghvendra SinghRaghvendra Singh 
Hi Everyone,
I am newbee and thought try to take a stab on this superbadge. I need help with the following:

"From Setup in Salesforce Classic, override the account tab with the Accounts Tab Visualforce page, which is included in the superbadge package that you installed earlier."
"Also in Salesforce Classic, add the Destination Success Registration component to the DE Default Home Page layout."
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Amit SinghAmit Singh
For home page -> Setup -> Customize -> Home => Home Page Layouts -> Edit DE default layout -> Click "    Destination Success Registration" and next and Save
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For Overriding the Account Tab -> Setup -> Customize -> Accounts -> Buttons, Links, and Actions -> Edit Next to Accounts Tab -> Select Visualforce Page and from drop down select -> Accounts Tab and Save It

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Asmita PravinAsmita Pravin 
on my laptop screen, the "map" button is not occurring User-added image

due to this, I couldn't complete the task.
please help me
Thank you 
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Manasa UdupiManasa Udupi
Hi Asmita,

Can you try to Zoom out ?
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Andrew FragiasAndrew Fragias
Hi Imtiaz,

I believe you are describing an email notification based on a certain condition. You can use Process Builder or flows to send an email notification to a specific Email address referencing an existing email template.