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Salesforce Trailhead continues to get bigger

With the launch of the new Salesforce Experience UI, Salesforce Trailhead now has increased to over 40 modules! I find it interesting that in the release of the Salesforce UI Trailhead formed an important role in getting the word out on the new UI something I hope will continue! (Maybe a replacement for the release exams??).

One of the most interesting for me was the Event Monitoring module. The new Salesforce event monitoring seemed to pass me by and I didn’t even know it existed. But this is a great feature for monitoring Salesforce usage especially now that the majority of the left nav hacks have been removed and you therefore can’t use Google Analytics anymore to monitor Salesforce (see here for a left nav workaround).

Other recent modules include:

Admin Trail – CRM (3 modules)
Understand Salesforce and learn how to navigate, customize, and manage basic CRM features.
https://developer.salesforce.com/trailhead/trail/getting_started_crm_basics

Dreamforce Trail with Get Ready for Dreamforce module
Prepare your #df15 gameplan with this helpful overview and insider tips.

Event Monitoring module
Did you know you could be a Salesforce Admin/Developer AND a detective?
Discover insights into your Salesforce org with this powerful monitoring feature.
https://developer.salesforce.com/trailhead/module/event_monitoring

 

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