New Training: Salesforce Lightning
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New Training: Salesforce Lightning

Salesforce is going all in with its Salesforce Lightning platform. While Salesforce Classic hasn't been completely phased out, it's time to start leveraging Salesforce Lightning. Level up your Salesforce skills with CBT Nuggets trainer and Salesforce expert Jamie Grettum's latest training.

Manage Actions in Salesforce Lightning

Learn to configure and manage actions in Salesforce Lightning. In this 6-video, entry-level training, Jamie covers topics including creating custom global actions, adding buttons from the page-level action menu, and activity timeline shortcuts. See the full Salesforce course.

Configure Core Lightning Features

This 8-video, entry-level training focuses on customizing interface elements in Salesforce Lightning. Jamie teaches you how to create Lightning apps, how to customize layouts for leads, enabling notes, as well using other Lightning features. See the full Salesforce course.

Configure Path in Salesforce Lightning

Jamie extensively covers Salesforce Lightning's Path feature in this 6-video, entry-level training. She walks learners through adding picklist values to opportunity stages — and how to create path records, sales processes, and other components in Lightning. See the full Salesforce course.

If you and/or your organization haven't transitioned to Salesforce Lightning, yet, check out Jamie's training that covers how to make a successful switch.

In 2010, Jamie became a Salesforce administrator and change leader, which sparked her interest in helping organizations adopt and implement Salesforce. Her Salesforce expertise is highly sought after — she has been a speaker multiple times at Dreamforce, Salesforce's premier event. She joined CBT Nuggets in 2017.

Interested in more Salesforce training? Browse all of Jamie's Salesforce training.



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