New Salesblazer Community – Tip of the Week #552

Phil's Salesforce Tip of the Week

Welcome to Phil’s Salesforce Tip of the Week #552


Tip 1 – New Salesblazer Community

Early this month saw the launch of Salesblazer Community – building the largest and most successful community for sales professionals.

It’s a place where anyone in the field can come to learn, connect, and grow their careers — and help their companies thrive with the skills they gain






Tip 2 –

From Johann Furmann: “A friend told me that every project’s security should be judged by the “Trusted” section of

Working through the trusted section reduces the chance of a major security risk.

Let’s make sure it becomes our first and last step in every project






Tip 3 – New Trailhead Module

It’s always exciting to discover new Trailhead modules. And the latest one to catch my eye is Screen Flows.

Do you want to create a Flow that walks users through a process? Or set up a Flow that asks users questions and takes action accordingly?







Tip 4 – Throwback #500 (pt1)

With millions of Trailblazers around the world, one of the most special parts of the Salesforce ecosystem is the Trailblazer Community. Whether you’re connecting online or attending an in-person community event, the impact of sharing your knowledge and learning from others is monumental.

Be willing to put yourself out there by asking questions and providing guidance. The connections and experience you will gain is a proven game-changer.”

Jessica Langston, Senior Director, Trailblazer Community




Tip 4 – Manchester Marathon

Finally, thank you for all your support and best wishes for my 3rd Manchester Marathon last Sunday.

No world records were going to be broken, it was a slow run for me, but it was a great day… I’m still sore!

Good luck to my Salesforce Ohana running the London Marathon on Sunday!






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