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When you’re creating a Salesforce report, the first thing you have to choose, before you even get to the report builder, is the Report Type. The Report Type is a defined set of related objects and fields you can use in your report.
Data cleanliness in Salesforce is important. Explore these tips to keep your data clean throughout the year and kick-off your spring cleaning with the most recent Salesforce release.
In an effort to unveil “hidden” best features of Salesforce I asked people on the Hub recently to share their tips. The responses I received were so good, I decided to curate and share them on this blog. If you have any additional hidden gems, please post them in the comments section of this post.
This post includes a comparison of different reporting and BI tools for Salesforce: Conga Queries, BI OnDemand, Crystal Reports, GoodData, and Birst.
As an application, Salesforce has a lot of breadth and depth to it. There are some areas, though, where enhancements make Salesforce even more easy to use, and Apsona for Salesforce endeavors to fill those gaps. Apsona is a browser-based application that creates a layer on top of Salesforce, and adds many features that make Salesforce more usable. Here are some examples of situations which are handled more easily with Apsona for Salesforce.
The spring’12 release notes contain 181 pages of many new Salesforce features – but I am excited about one in particular, Analytics Edition. Furthermore, I am thrilled by Salesforce.com’s recent announcement that this awesome feature is going to be available at no additional cost for nonprofit and educational organizations!