Unlike other modules where I was writing the debug instructions to work around the issue with validation, this one is more of a guidance type. Instructions for this module isn’t due to any issues from the Trailhead validation side, but rather a tip of how to get it quickly.
Yet another unexpected hickup on the Trailhead project and the Captain Debug is back on duty. This time validation script didn’t want to acknowledge the fact that Lightning Knowledge was activated prior to the start of the module. If you faced the same issue, read on.
This article is here to help you out if you are receiving the error messages with the “Undeliverable” subject when sending the Email from Salesforce through your Gmail account (similar to the one on the screenshot below).
I keep on struggling with the Einstein enabled Developer orgs. This time I’ve faced an issue while following the Einstein Discovery Classic Data Integration module. And the bump on the road came in yet another unexpected place – integration of the Salesforce Dataset. You would think among all the data sources available this would be […]
The usual modules that set some bumps in the way of completing it are the parts of the Superbadges section, I mean they were made this way by design. But as it turns out there are some tricky surprises that hiding inside the guided project modules too. The one that got me tripped is a part […]
One of the updates that came with the Spring ’18 Released are related to the Tracker domain. This sounds like a great opportunity to dig into the subject of Tracker domains. What is a tracker domain, why would you need one and how can you set it up in Pardot? Read on to find out.
This Currency related formula functions very much expected by many users having clients across borders. When it finally came out in Spring 18′ Release I was very optimistic about its functionality – expecting it would return a server value similar to NOW() function. Sadly, it didn’t. What it does is just returns the Exchange rate […]
Pardot Release exam is one of the last left in the WebAssessor – most of the others have successfully migrated to Trailhead. Hopefully, Pardot will do so too. In the meanwhile, below are the highlights from the latest release that will help you prepare for the Spring 18′ Release Maintenance exam.
Do you remember this nice and neat pdf format of the license comparison with green circles and blue squares? I’m speaking for myself here but I did find it extremely useful and gave a perfect overview of different licenses.
You might have already noticed a new field type in your Org, if not let me introduce you to the Time field released as a private beta in Winter 18′ and as an open Beta in Spring 18′. If you have been curious and gave the private beta a try in your Sandbox or Dev Org […]