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If you are a Salesforce Admin, Developer, Analyst, Architect, or anyone else that does automation of anything in Salesforce, the new Salesforce Automation Hour is for you!
Fabulous hosts, David Litton, the Automation Champion himself, Rakesh Gupta, and Trailhead Superstar, Jennifer Lee, will be sharing Process Builder and Flow automation solutions and answering your automation questions every other Friday at 3 ET/Noon PT.
Oh! don’t forget to join the Success Community Group for more automation tips, hints, and community help.
In each session, we will demonstrate a cool process automation solution and then take your process automation questions via the community or ReadyTalk chat.
To kick off our first session, our presenter is none other than the Automation Champion himself, Rakesh!
This is a session you will not want to miss!
Register now: http://bit.ly/2byjUPo
Join the Salesforce Automation Hour Success Community to post your questions: https://success.salesforce.com/_ui/core/chatter/groups/GroupProfilePage?g=0F93A0000004glD
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Process builder has been gaining more and more popularity and quickly becoming an Admins best friend. With that, it’s fun to think about all the things you can do with Process Builder you couldn’t do with workflow rules. One of my favorite use cases, solve a long time Admin pain point, the fact that custom related lists do not carry over on Lead convert. That’s right, with process builder all the records with a custom lookup to leads that you lose on your contacts no longer have to be lost, and here is how you do it. Continue reading
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