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Vitaliy Chaykovskiy

📣📱ATTENTION: Salesforce for iOS and Android v224.030 (Spring ‘20) Now Available📱📣 Salesforce for iOS and Android v224.030 is now available on the Apple Appstore and Google Play Store respectively What’s new in Salesforce v224.030 for iOS and Android: We update the Salesforce mobile app regularly to make it faster and more stable for you. This version includes bug fixes and performance improvements. How can I get more information? For more information, please refer to the Spring ‘20 release notes here (https://releasenotes.docs.salesforce.com/en-us/spring20/release-notes/rn_mobile.htm?edition=&impact=). More

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Vitaliy Chaykovskiy

📣📱ATTENTION: Salesforce for iOS v224.020 (Spring ‘20) Now Available📱📣 Salesforce for iOS v224.020 is now available on the Apple Appstore What’s new in Salesforce v224.020 for iOS: We update the Salesforce mobile app regularly to make it faster and more stable for you. This version includes bug fixes and performance improvements. How can I get more information? For more information, please refer to the Spring ‘20 release notes here (https://releasenotes.docs.salesforce.com/en-us/spring20/release-notes/rn_mobile.htm?edition=&impact=). More

14 days ago · 0 comments · 0 likes

Luke Woods

Hi All, I am looking to build my own form building solution to allow for offline pre-filling via the mobile app. What I am looking to achieve is to gain access to the cached data within Salesforce and to pass it to the form on load. The form will be behind a button which opens up a URL containing that records ID and from there I would like to put that information into each of the appropriate fields. Does anyone know of any documentation or is there anywhere someone can point me to learn a bit more about how I can gain access to the cached data offline or maybe this is all possible from within Salesforce using apex or lightning components? Thank you! More

15 days ago · 0 comments · 0 likes

Gabi Hacmi

Dear all please be aware of the Salesforce support for the Android Version Mobile App- they have poor support for this kind of devises. In my opinion: their R&D team don't test their developments at Android devices. Salesforce have a very bad and full of bugs App for Android devices ( Phones & Tablets ). Also when you are trying to refer them to these bugs by opening Cases- their support team always says : "this is working as designed ". My best suggestion for you guys, in order to save time, money and your dissatisfaction- is to buy and use only ios devices: Salesforce didn't come yet to the point she can support Android deceives. Best Regards More

16 days ago · 4 comments · 0 likes

Vitaliy Chaykovskiy

📣📱ATTENTION: Salesforce for Android v224.020 (Spring ‘20) Now Available📱📣 Salesforce for Android v224.020 is now available on the Google Play Store What’s new in Salesforce v224.020 for Android: We update the Salesforce mobile app regularly to make it faster and more stable for you. This version includes bug fixes and performance improvements. How can I get more information? For more information, please refer to the Spring ‘20 release notes here (https://releasenotes.docs.salesforce.com/en-us/spring20/release-notes/rn_mobile.htm?edition=&impact=). More

17 days ago · 3 comments · 0 likes

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