As with nearly every Salesforce release over the last several years, Spring ’21 has brought us a bundle of updates to Flow. And by now, our customers know we are loud and proud fans of using Flow to easily automate actions in Salesforce. After all, why force unneeded training and process memorization on your users when you can just have Salesforce do the hard work for you?
Dreamforce is always a whirlwind of different experiences related to Salesforce. Every year they manage to absolutely out do themselves in terms of content and the amazing ways they deliver that content.
This year was no different. There were so many amazing announcements and “Ohana” (family) moments, but we will try to condense it into the top three that inspired us (along with some outlier things we really loved).
1. Einstein and Accompanying Apps
After a crazy winter like the one we just had, I can’t be the only one looking forward to springtime. Just think, flowers in bloom, birds singing everywhere…and yet another wonderful release from Salesforce!
Just in time for spring cleaning, Spring ’16 offers plenty of new features to expand the offerings of its wonder: Lightning Experience.
With the arrival of the winter season, we welcome colder weather and icy commutes, with the acceptance of hockey sweaters on casual Fridays, and increased Netflix conversations over coffee breaks.
But in the Salesforce world, the arrival of cooler temps also means the arrival of the newest Salesforce.com Release! With this release comes Salesforce’s newest experience and user interface – Lightning.
Now that we are weeks past Salesforce.com’s Dreamforce conference, the hype has chilled, and the ‘Dreamforce highlight blogs’ are all posted,
I am finally ok with thinking about what it means to me.
Wave6's Dreamforce experience was highlighted by:
- Giving back at our Little Kids Rock fundraiser
- Our client presentations; including a keynote on the main stage
- Our booth presence; including our Moscone West booth and our Salesforce Foundation Zone Higher Education booth
- The announcement of Lightning
- The announcement of Analytics Cloud and the realization that we worked on the most successful implementation of the new product to date