Salesforce App Builder Certification
Mar14

Salesforce App Builder Certification

The Salesforce Certified Platform App Builder exam is for them who want to grow in their skills and knowledge in designing, building, and also want to implement custom applications using the predeclared customization capabilities of the Force.com platform.   In June 2015, Salesforce University introduced the three new certifications: Salesforce Platform App Builder Platform Developer I Platform Developer II Salesforce University splitting the Developer track into declarative certification and two programmatic certifications. The Salesforce Platform App Builder certification is like to the Certified Force.com Developer credential. Here are some concepts for understanding to pass the exam: Design the Data model, user interface, business logic and security for custom applications Customize applications for mobile use Design reports and dashboards Deploy custom applications The Platform App Builder Exam is an only 90-minute exam. The exam contains  60 single or multi-select questions. The passing score is 63%, or 38 correctly answered questions. How to prepare for the Salesforce Platform App Builder Certification Exam   Review the concepts in the Platform App Builder Study Guide & Group Objectives by Their Weightings as given below:   Perform a Self Assessment on the objectives and ID Areas Needing Knowledge Improvement Increase Your Knowledge Building Applications with Force.com Part 1 Building Applications with Force.com Part 2 Grab a Personal Developer Org and Practice Those Concepts Familiarize yourself Mock Questions Daily Routine: Take Mock Exams and Study Notes   Tips The App Builder Exam is very broad but it does not go extreme depth, So you will need to have an overview of a lot Salesforce & Force.coms features. Make sure that go through each section in the study guide and revise accordingly. The social section is worth 3% of the exam so you can only expect 1 or 2 questions. Make sure that read other guides as well, each person has a different take on the exam and may provide different insights. The process of elimination is yours! If you can not work out which answer is right, try and work out which answer is wrong! To get more information about Platform Developer I. Click here ...

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5 things about Salesforce Certification
Jan03

5 things about Salesforce Certification

This blog is for the Developers who wants to get a Salesforce Developer I Certification . What is Salesforce Certification? Why is it so important for the developers seeking a career in Salesforce? Salesforce certification is vital to the salesforce career path as it differentiates you from other developers, makes you an expert in your field. This Certificate is provided by salesforce.com where people demonstrate and prove their technical Skills in different  areas of Salesforce. It’s a damn good certification, if you are thinking about a career in Salesforce, by enhancing your skills and expertise in respective fields. It is very easy to get hired in an organization with  a salesforce certification in hand. You need to follow these steps  to enroll  for examination : First you have to create your webassessor Account on             https://www.webassessor.com/wa.do?page=createAccount branding=SALESFORCE Secondly Register and schedule your exam Five  things you must know while preparing for salesforce certification:-  Course Content  and their  weightage -: The Salesforce Certified Platform Developer I exam measures a candidate’s knowledge and skills related to the objectives listed below. A candidate should have hands-on experience of developing custom applications on the Force.com platform and have demonstrated the application of each of the features/functions below. 2. Prepare each topic with written practice of programs. Exploring it on trailhead will be a  great start. It will provide huge knowledge for practical implementation. In different areas. Below is the  link to access trailhead: https://trailhead.salesforce.com/ 3. Go through /Solve previous years certification:- Preparing from previous year question papers is always a good strategy to cover frequently asked topics in a short span of time.  4. Practice as many Mock test papers as possible once you think you have a good command on Salesforce syllabus. Mock test papers are available on various websites for free where you can practice them. Do register yourself  if required (as asked by some of the websites)  5. And last but not least, be confident and relaxed while writing the exam and remember the best way to gain confidence is to do more and more practice. According to my exam experience every aspirant must prepare well in the following topics as most of the questions I faced in the exam were from these topics : Validation Rule Workflow Rule Process Builder Object Relationships So all the best guys for exam. The exam is simple and easy. All you need is to do...

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Salesforce Advance Administrator Notes (Collaborative forecast)
May13

Salesforce Advance Administrator Notes (Collaborative forecast)

Forecasting Enabling Forecast Steps Enable Allow Forecast on User Record. <> Set up your Forecasts Hierarchy. <> Enable Quotas <> Enable forecasts adjustments <> Define your forecast range. <> Customize your forecast categories. <> Select the fields that appear in the opportunity pane for each forecast type. <> Set a forecast currency Make Forecast Tab Visible on the respective Profile. Enable Collaborative forecast for the Organization. Setup>> Customize >>Forecasts >>Settings COLLABORATIVE Forecast or Simply FORECAST Collaborative Forecast allows users to track Quota attainment. Forecast categories allow you to group Opportunities together based upon Opportunity Stage. Administrator can enable up to 4 different types of forecasts for your organization simultaneously. Opportunities, Opportunity splits, or Product families Forecast manager can view the forecasts of all the users below them in the Forecast Hierarchy. Forecast managers with “Override forecast” Permission can adjust the forecast of direct subordinates. For best viewing results, keep the Tab Bar Organizerenabled when using Collaborative Forecasts. Access related forecast details, including who made adjustments and original forecast amounts, and adjust these details. If your organization has more than one type of forecast enabled, each forecast type maintains its own separate adjustments. Move up and down through the forecasts hierarchy easily if you’re a forecast manager. View revenue– or quantity-based forecasts. View forecasts in multiple currencies. Use Collaborative Forecasts reports. Include the opportunities of your partner portal users in your forecasts. For Collaborative Forecasts, historical trending comes with a new custom report type designed to highlight forecast changes between five snapshot dates, Quota Data: must be uploaded through the API using version 28.0 or later. Data Loader Tool Quota Data: Revenue and Quantity Quota Data must be loaded separately. Product family as well. Quota Data must be formatted (UserId, Quarter, Currency, Amount, Units) before its loaded. https://help.salesforce.com/apex/HTViewHelpDoc?id=forecasts3_definitions.htm&language=en_US CUSTOMIZABLE Forecast Customizable forecasting is a flexible solution for estimating how much revenue your organization can generate or how many items your organization can sell. With it, you can forecast on a monthly or quarterly basis, use different dates when applying amounts to forecasts, forecast based on revenue or quantity or both, and define additional quotas based on product families. Use customizable forecasts to review your forecast and drill down through your forecast amounts to see the opportunities included in your forecast. Override forecast amounts directly from the opportunity, or override the forecast from the Forecasts tab without notifying users below you in the forecast role hierarchy. To submit a forecast, making a snapshot of the forecast data available in the forecast history and forecast reports Click Forecast History to display the forecast data you submitted in the past. Review your forecast and the forecasts of any direct reports or forecasts...

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