Commonly Used Salesforce Formulas – Good To Know

Salesforce Formulas are a powerful tool within the Salesforce platform, designed to enhance the functionality and interactivity of your Salesforce applications. These formulas allow users to perform calculations, manipulate text, and automate processes, thereby transforming data into actionable insights. They are akin to the formulas used in spreadsheet applications but tailored for Salesforce’s robust CRM environment. By utilizing Salesforce Formulas, administrators and developers can create dynamic fields, validation rules, and workflows that respond intelligently to user input and data changes. This capability not only streamlines operations but also ensures data integrity and enhances the user experience. Whether you are calculating sales commissions, formatting dates, or validating data entries, Salesforce Formulas offer a versatile and indispensable resource for maximizing the efficiency and effectiveness of your Salesforce instance.

In this blog post, I will share some of the most commonly used formulas. I will try to keep this blog post up to date by posting new formulas as I experience it in future.

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Evaluate Dynamic Formulas In Apex

“Evaluate Dynamic Formulas in Apex” is a new feature in Salesforce scheduled for release with Summer ’24 (currently in beta). It allows developers to programmatically evaluate Salesforce formulas within Apex code. This means you can write code that takes a formula as input (as a string) and evaluates it based on the context you provide, similar to how formulas are evaluated in fields or rules within Salesforce.

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How To Check Managed Package Installation Details

In the dynamic world of Salesforce, managed packages offer a robust way to distribute and manage custom applications and components across multiple Salesforce organizations. However, once a managed package is installed, understanding the nuances of its integration can be crucial for maintaining system integrity and ensuring optimal performance. This blog post will delve into two key aspects of managed package management: checking the installation details and exploring the associated data model.

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How To Debug Salesforce Flow As Different User

In the realm of Salesforce, flows are powerful tools that automate complex business processes with clicks, not code. Whether it’s handling record updates, creating tasks, or sending notifications, flows streamline operations and enhance productivity. However, even the most meticulously designed flows can encounter issues, making debugging an essential skill for any Salesforce administrator or developer.

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Use Flow Repeater Component To Collect Information And Create Records | Summer 24 Release Feature

Welcome, Trailblazers! With each new Salesforce release comes a wave of innovation, empowering businesses and admins to unlock new capabilities and enhance user experiences. Among the exciting features introduced in the Summer ’24 release is the groundbreaking Flow Repeater Component, designed to revolutionize the way users collect input and build lists of records seamlessly within Salesforce Flow.

In this blog post, I will delve into the intricacies of this game-changing feature, exploring how it simplifies the process of gathering user input to construct lists of records with unparalleled efficiency.

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My Favourite 5 Essential Kubernetes GitHub Projects

Welcome to the world of Kubernetes, where the orchestration of containers meets scalability, resilience, and efficiency. In today’s tech landscape, where agility and scalability are paramount, Kubernetes emerges as a cornerstone technology, revolutionizing the way we deploy, manage, and scale containerized applications.

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Google Cloud Next ’24 Day 2 Recap

Welcome back, tech aficionados! Day two of Google Cloud Next 2024 is done, and the excitement was palpable as developers from around the globe gather at the illustrious Mandalay Bay Convention Center in Las Vegas. My focus shifts to the Developer Keynote, where Google unveiled a treasure trove of new announcements set to revolutionize the world of software development.

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