Summer ’16 – Our Top Ten Features

Before we knew it, Winter has become a distant memory and Spring is edging its way towards the exit. Yes, that’s right – Summer is nearly here! And that means that we’re also preparing for Salesforce’s Summer ’16 release, their 50th major product release! Quite the milestone for a company founded 17 years ago. It’s Read more about Summer ’16 – Our Top Ten Features[…]

Summer 15 Preview: Mummy, please can I have an Ice cream?

You know it’s the start of summer when you hear that all too familiar sound of your local ice cream van ringing out, or in the case of Salesforce another set of release notes have been previewed providing the first glimpse into what we can expect from the next release. Here we’ll give an overview Read more about Summer 15 Preview: Mummy, please can I have an Ice cream?[…]

Hunting for Process Builder Treasure in Summer ’15

Can you hear that? It sounds very much like the familiar soundtrack of summer: the jingle of an approaching ice cream truck. But as well as the usual sweet treats, when this truck rounds the corner it will bring us a sprinkling of extra-special Summer ’15 surprises in the form of new Salesforce features. Here’s the scoop… Read more about Hunting for Process Builder Treasure in Summer ’15[…]

How To: Solve the Mystery of Disappearing Scheduled Actions in Process Builder

As February creeps ever nearer, it feels wrong to be saying this but… Happy New Year! The blog has been a little quiet lately, so this is our first post in a little while. But hey, I can explain! Along with the usual suspects of Christmas and New Year, one of the reasons I’ve been Read more about How To: Solve the Mystery of Disappearing Scheduled Actions in Process Builder[…]

Spring ’15: Release Notes Digest

Salesforce gave us all an early present yesterday when the preview release notes for Spring ’15 were published. For a release which delivers on an unprecedented number of IdeaExchange suggestions, the release notes (available in HTML and PDF) are remarkably trim at just 252 pages (congratulations to Brian Kwong whose wizardry led him to the Read more about Spring ’15: Release Notes Digest[…]

Spring ’15 Pre-Release: The Treasure Hunt Is On!

Although it feels very premature to be thinking about Spring already, before the holiday season has even arrived, you will know by now that things move quickly in the world of Salesforce. And so, despite it only being mid-December, we must already turn our attention to February’s upcoming Spring ’15 release. We can expect the Read more about Spring ’15 Pre-Release: The Treasure Hunt Is On![…]

Process Builder: Welcome to the Future of Point-and-Click

  This year’s Dreamforce event hasn’t even run its course yet, and already there is much buzz in the community around some of the new features that have been announced. Here we will give a brief, immediate reaction to one that we believe is the future of declarative development on the Salesforce platform – the Read more about Process Builder: Welcome to the Future of Point-and-Click[…]

Introducing: New London User Group for Awesome Admins!

Great news for Salesforce Admins in London and across the UK – a new user group is being launched just for you! Here we give you the inside story on the group’s aims and what’s in store for the first meetup on Thursday 2nd October… The brainchild of Desynit’s Matthew Morris, the new London Salesforce Admins Read more about Introducing: New London User Group for Awesome Admins![…]

Summer ’14 Tips and Tricks

Over the last few weeks and months, you’ll have seen any number of blogs previewing upcoming features in Salesforce’s Summer ‘14 release. But often it’s only when a new release is live and in-use that some of its most interesting features and use cases begin to stand out. So now that all Salesforce orgs have Read more about Summer ’14 Tips and Tricks[…]

Coming Soon: Offline Data Access for Salesforce1

Last week was a busy seven days in the world of Salesforce. Not only did the Salesforce1 World Tour event land in London, but the release notes for the upcoming Summer 14 release were published. As you’ll know, whenever a new release’s documentation is unleashed into the wild, any number of blogs start appearing regarding its content Read more about Coming Soon: Offline Data Access for Salesforce1[…]