Salesforce provides quarterly reminders that Classic’s days are numbered, in the form of release notes. With the Winter 2019 release notes out and Dreamforce wrapping up, it’s time to take a look at the fate of Classic — and the promise of Lightning.
Salesforce Now Helps Admins “Encourage” Users to Adopt Lightning
Salesforce isn’t messing around anymore about Lightning. In the Summer 2018 and Winter 2019 releases, they are helping admins tell their users that they’re not messing around, either. Here are the eight features that aren’t at Windows 10-level, but might get there soon.
If You’re Just Using Salesforce Trailhead, You’re Missing Out
Salesforce Trailhead is awesome. We can all agree with that. It’s robust. You get points for answering questions. It’s free. However, most companies use many methods of training users on Salesforce. Here are other ways to build an effective Salesforce training program.
Salesforce Classic is Dead — and It’s Going to Be Okay
The beginning of the end of Salesforce Classic is near. If you’re purchasing certain Salesforce licenses, you don’t even have access to Classic. With each Salesforce release, the future of Classic grows dire — and that’s not a bad thing.