Email Service · Salesforce

Bulk Import Email from Gmail to Salesforce

Use Case : Customer needs to import all emails along with attachment from their Gmail account into their Salesforce org. Problem: Currently, there is no way to mass-import emails within the Salesforce User Interface Resolution: We are going to export email into MBOX format.Then using python script we will generate CSV and using data loader… Continue reading Bulk Import Email from Gmail to Salesforce

Salesforce Releases

Highlights of Summer’19 Release Notes: Part I

Greetings all the Salesforce enthusiasts!! Salesforce has come up with another set of updates and enhancements which takes user experience to a new level. With every release salesforce provides us with many user friendly features which helps user not only to use salesforce with ease but also to identify the best feature as per their… Continue reading Highlights of Summer’19 Release Notes: Part I

Live Agent · Salesforce · Uncategorized

Snap-Ins Chat for Web

The Service Cloud Lightning Snap-ins allows you to embed the support channel of your customer’s choice – chat, video chat, knowledge, case management and click-to-call – inside your company’s webpage or web app.By adding the Snap-ins chat widget to your website, customers can quickly get answers to their questions by chatting with an agent while… Continue reading Snap-Ins Chat for Web

Integration · MuleSoft · Salesforce

Return Requested Data from Salesforce Multiple Data Sources using MuleSoft

This blog walks you through the Integration between Salesforce and  Mulesoft Anypoint Studio. Consider a scenario that returns requested records from multiple Salesforce orgs. Consider Account object  with an External ID field  named as Account Code which  allows alphanumeric inputs. This flow will receive the Account Code as a JSON input via a HTTP listener and it… Continue reading Return Requested Data from Salesforce Multiple Data Sources using MuleSoft

Integration · Salesforce

Continuous Integration in Salesforce using Jenkins and Bitbucket

This blog takes you up through the advancement in continuous integration in Salesforce. I will walk through the approach of deploying only the changed element from bit bucket to destination org. The flow starts from polling the Bit bucket repository from Jenkins. If there is any change or new commit happens to the master branch… Continue reading Continuous Integration in Salesforce using Jenkins and Bitbucket

Lightning · Salesforce · Salesforce Releases

Usage of Spring ’19 component — lightning:unsavedChanges

Accidents are commonplace! And yeah, Spring  ’19 has come up with a new component lightning:unsavedChanges. Voila!! We often come across situations where we type in data and then we accidentally refreshes, closes the page or press back button and all the entered data is lost!!  lightning:unsavedChanges  comes in to help here! It notifies the user… Continue reading Usage of Spring ’19 component — lightning:unsavedChanges