Tag archive for Lightning UI

Tracking Training and Technical Assistance

Tracking Training and Technical Assistance

We have worked with a number of organizations that provide training and technical assistance to member organizations. One example is Children’s Advocacy Centers who support dozens of local agencies. These local agencies provide direct support to children who are victims of abuse. The goal of…

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PROVAIL’s Lightning Migration: “From Brontosaurus to Pterodactyl”

PROVAIL’s Lightning Migration: “From Brontosaurus to Pterodactyl”

PROVAIL is a nonprofit supporting children and adults with disabilities in primarily King and Snohomish Counties of Washington State. PROVAIL’s Employment Services program provides community-based vocational assessments, individualized job placement, job coaching, and supportive employment for adults with disabilities. They partner with the business community…

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Supporting Report Filter URL Hacks in Lightning and Classic

Supporting Report Filter URL Hacks in Lightning and Classic

Ahh, the fabled URL hack. For years, Salesforce admins have used formulas to create dynamic URLs behind custom links. The classic use case is linking from a record to a report, and having that report be filtered to information relevant to that particular record. In…

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What the Lightning Experience Announcement Means for Nonprofits

What the Lightning Experience Announcement Means for Nonprofits

There’s been a lot of excitement this week about the new Lightning Experience. Lightning Experience is the next generation of the desktop user interface (UI) for Salesforce. Eventually, it will match feature-for-feature to Salesforce Classic (the current UI you’re used to) and then some! There’s…

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