Is there no way to just remove the "Mobile Only" app, or skip it completely so users go to a different app by default?
We were successful in removing the "Mobile Only" app using instruction located at https://releasenotes.docs.salesforce.com/en-us/winter20/release-notes/rn_mobile_app_new_mobile_only.htm (https://releasenotes.docs.salesforce.com/en-us/winter20/release-notes/rn_mobile_app_new_mobile_only.htm" style="color:#0563c1; text-decoration:underline)
If you’ve previously made a Lightning app available for mobile, the Mobile Only app might not make sense for your transition. You can disable it by adding a connected app custom attribute. In Setup, enter Connected Apps in the Quick Find box, select Manage Connected Apps, then click the name of the connected app you want to modify. In the Custom Attributes section on the connected app page, click New. Enter HIDE_MOBILE_ONLY_APP for the attribute key and “true” for the attribute value.
We are using in our Org in salesforce1 on tablet with secured network.
When I tried to search address in account, our network blocked me and didn't show any results.
We need to know what is the URL that we need to allow access in secured network.
I have a weird behavior in the mobile app for a global action that I created.
Layout in admin looks like this:
But in the mobile app it seems the subject gets a higher priority then anything else and basically the whiole layout does not match - it looks like this:
Only when I click "more" the other fields appear, even though there is enough space to disply them in the first place.
Then I tried to delete "subject" from the layout and all of a sudden it looks like expected:
I just dont get it. As it is right now I would really hesitate to use "subject" just because the one click more on "more" is really bad UI/UX and I am afraid user will not fill all fields.
Has anybody an idea if it is a bug or some feature I don't understand?
Maybe even a workaround?
We've added a couple custom fields to our Opportunity object. They are both required fields and management does not want any default values. How can I get these fields onto the Mobile App's "New Opportunity" screen? I can't seem to find it.
I've added them to the compact layout and can see them in the mobile app, but users cannot create new Opty's on the mobile app since they don't have access to those fields when they create a new record.
Can anyone please explain to me as to what is the difference between Salesforce lightning and Salesforce1 App, or how are they related?
Salesforce.com Introduces Salesforce1. Salesforce1 is the new social, mobile and cloud customer platform built to transform sales, service and marketing apps.Salesforce1 is the first CRM platform for developers, ISVs, end users, admins and customers moving to the new social, mobile and connected cloud. Salesforce1 is a brand new app which replaced Salesforce Chatter and is what most of the current Salesforce buzz surrounds. In theory it'll allow you to make use of ALL Salesforce functionalities from your mobile, including all custom objects, apps and even Visualforce pages. It's also feed-first, so Chatter is central to it.
Lightning Experience, the new, fast, beautiful user experience from Salesforce. With a sales-centric mindset, we focused on reinventing the desktop environment to better support your sales process. The result is an intuitive, intelligent interface that helps sales reps work more naturally and close more deals faster.
It’s really just the beginning! Lightning Experience will transform Salesforce CRM and extend to service, apps, platform, and more. No matter what department you're in, we understand that the way people work is changing.
All this change is greatly influenced by the rise of mobile. Sales reps at your company are already using mobile to research prospective customers, get directions to client meetings, connect socially with customers, and more. We get that. That’s why Lightning Experience takes the cool stuff from the mobile experience and brings it to the desktop.
Salesforce1 is using same framework for user interface like lightning but both are dieffrent.
I'm trying to embed a Wave dashboard onto the Account layout so I can provide my Sales Reps some sales insights when working on existing customers.
We have noticed that even though we have tried to add the dashboard as a Lightning Component and as a embedded Visualforce page onto the standard layout, when logging in using an iPad ot a phone, the Wave dashboard doesn't appear at all.
Is there any possible workaround without having to navigate away from the record?
I followed the information in the link below.
My vf page is as follows:
<apex:page sidebar="true" standardController="Account">
And here's it showing up on an iPad:
I've deliberately kept the vf simple just to get it working, I've taken out the filter section but I don't see why this shouldn't work if I have a valid dataset, I'll have a play with this next.
The issue I'm having now is that the faceting doesn't work in mobile, well it does but when you click on a part of the donut for example it opens the dashboard in another page, it doesn't update dynamically on the fly as it does on the desktop.
I have downloaded the lightning for gmail extension and it works great on my desktop.
But I want my users to be able to access this gmail integration with Salesforce on their phone. Does anyone know of or recommend an ios app or solution where my users can log an email, create a new lead etc. to Salesforce through gmail on ios?
I am trying to create a custom field on Activity object of the datatype test area long or text area rich.But am unable to find those two datatypes.
Those two datatypes are available on other std objects but its not present on Activity object.
I saw this question in a salesforce exam (admin)
how can a get remove acess to salesforce? 2 correct options
a) salesforce app - ok
b) on the browser of your cellphone, (i tried this, and its possible, but this don't make sense for me.
other options i can't remeber...
The app has specific functionality, but there may be some features of the full site you want to access. By switching to your mobile browser you are able to switch to Classic mode and gain access to elements that might not be accessible via the salesforce mobile interface.
Once use case for this would be for an admin to login as another user to see what their mobile expierence is like. The Admin could login via their mobile browser, switch to Classic, get to setup>users, login as a specific user, and if they are a Lightning User, they will get see that users Salesforce mobile view.