If you’ve ever spent too much time trying to make a Google Sheet look nice, be it for your director or a board meeting….then this is for you.Continue reading
Friends. I have a confession to make.
Some of you know I’ve been a Salesforce Admin at my org for a few years. But for the majority of that time, I made a common rookie’s mistake.Continue reading
I’m not a bad cook. But I’m no Emeril either. And thanks to COVID-19, I’m in a position where I’m cooking now more than ever.
Mainly I’ve been focused on trying to eat healthy, keeping meals interesting, and making sure that none of it goes to waste.Continue reading
If you’re a new Salesforce org, or one with a tight budget, make sure you know about duplicate record sets.
Duplicate record sets are a Salesforce feature/object that can detect duplicate records in your instance. They’ll appear as flags on individual records, and can also be included in reports.Continue reading
You ever find yourself trying to explain something technical to someone, and feeling as if you’re speaking another language?
Good. So it’s not just me.
Being in a technical role, and the only person who understands some parts of that tech, means I get the job of explaining to people why things work the way they do. I’m a nerd about bringing people into my work, so I’m happy to do it.Continue reading
Project-managing and working with colleagues waaaasssnn’t exactly easy before the crisis. So I’m imagining that for most of us, things feel much trickier.
I can happily spend hours working alone in a spreadsheet. And I have! But there’s an undeniable satisfaction that comes with being able to work with a bunch of people, to achieve an important outcome for your org and your mission. When that happens, it’s a great feeling.
And when that doesn’t? It’s usually a hiccup somewhere in the coordination.Continue reading