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In-Person Workshop: How to Migrate from Salesforce Classic to Lightning Experience

Gain the confidence you need to roll out Lightning Experience for your team!

  • You are a Salesforce admin at an organization that is currently on Classic;
  • You have minimal hands on experience with Lightning Experience (and that terrifies you);
  • You might have done some Trailhead modules on Lightning experience but still feel lost, overwhelmed and wish you had someone to ask questions to..let alone help connect the dots so it all made sense;
  • You realIze that sooner or later you will need to help your organization move from Classic to Lightning Experience and:
    • you aren't sure where to start;
    • you're unsure what the project should look like or how long it might take;
    • you're unclear if everyone needs to migrate over from Classic to Lightning Experience at once;
    • you're apprehensive about how much money this might cost;
    • you're concerned that this project might require external help...or if you can do it on your own;
    • you're distressed about managing this project on top of your "regular day job;"
    • you're uneasy about justifying the return on investment to your manager.


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Join us in NYC on Tuesday, August 21st, 2018 from 9am to 5pm, for an in-depth Salesforce Admin workshop on how to migrate to Lightning Experience.

You'll leave the workshop with the knowledge, tools and hands-on experience to confidently migrate your Salesforce instance from Classic to Lightning.

This will be a great opportunity to learn, network, share ideas and enjoy refreshments.

  • You are a Salesforce admin at an organization that is currently on Classic;
  • You have minimal hands on experience with Lightning Experience (and that terrifies you);
  • You might have done some Trailhead modules on Lightning experience but still feel lost, overwhelmed and wish you had someone to ask questions to..let alone help connect the dots so it all made sense;
  • You realIze that sooner or later you will need to help your organization move from Classic to Lightning Experience and:
    • you aren't sure where to start;
    • you're unsure what the project should look like or how long it might take;
    • you're unclear if everyone needs to migrate over from Classic to Lightning Experience at once;
    • you're apprehensive about how much money this might cost;
    • you're concerned that this project might require external help...or if you can do it on your own;
    • you're distressed about managing this project on top of your "regular day job;"
    • you're uneasy about justifying the return on investment to your manager.



  • Familiarity with the wealth of Lightning Experience resources available to you. I'll show you which resources to pay attention to and how to identify and ignore the distracting noise. This includes:
    • Trailhead content
    • Trailblazer Community (formerly known as Success Community Groups)
    • User Groups
    • Blogs
    • YouTube channels
    • ...and lots more!
  • Learn how to configure Lightning Experience, as a Salesforce Admin, without fear that you'll break, destroy or delete anything.
  • Learn how to quickly and easily:
    • assess your own company's unique customizations & areas that might need additional resources to migrate to Lightning Experience, and
    • identify the dormant clutter in your existing Salesforce instance.
  • Learn how to dramatically enhance the user experience for your users - showing them the information they need where and when they need it. (Example: When looking at an account, sales reps might want to see trending opportunities for that account, but support reps might want to see trending cases for that account. I'll show you how to do this without code!)
  • Gain confidence in working in Lightning Experience - even if you've never done anything in Lightning Experience before.
  • Guidance on how to roll out Lightning Experience:
    • initially to just a select, small group of pilot users; and
    • later include other groups or individual team members as needed.
  • Know how to easily toggle back and forth between Classic and Lightning Experience. (Having that safety net to jump back to the familiar Classic screens is comforting, indeed!)
  • Job security. That's right, I said it! As more organizations are moving over to Lightning Experience, becoming a local resident expert at Lightning Experience will help you keep your current job and make you even more marketable for any other job in the Salesforce ecosystem.
  • Template project plans, checklists and lots of valuable resources to help you take your learning even further and assist in the project management aspects of migrating your team over to Lightning Experience.

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Introduction

  • Why move to Lightning Experience
  • Key Lightning-only features not found in Classic
  • How to demonstrate ROI to your boss

Migration to Lightning: Project Structure (3 Key Phases)

  • Learn
  • Rollout
  • Optimize

What you need to know

  • How to assess your current Salesforce instance
    • Lightning Readiness Report
    • Optimizer Report
  • How to leverage Trailhead to learn Lightning Experience

Custom app building

Theme & Branding

Customizing the Home Page

  • Understanding Layout Options
  • Lightning Components
  • Dynamic Components
  • Report Charts
  • Chatter
  • List Views
  • Recent Records
  • Tasks
  • Rich Text
  • Calendar

Customizing Record Page Layouts

  • Understanding Layout Options
  • Lightning Components
  • Dynamic Components
  • Rich Text
  • Report Charts
  • Duplicate Alerts
  • Chatter
  • Activity Management + Activity Timeline
  • Sending Emails
    • Lightning Email Templates
  • Path....everywhere!
    • How to set up Path
  • Page layout assignments

Kanban on List Views

Permission set creation

Permission set assignment

Log in as user

Simulate & test (avoid embarrassing situations)

What does this project look like?

  • Discovery
  • Configuration
  • Configuration Review
  • End User Training
  • Feedback
  • Rinse & Repeat

Best practices, tips & gotchas

PRE-WORKSHOP REQUIREMENTS

Let's face it - Trailhead is an incredibly valuable resource to learn Lightning.

During this workshop, we'll be referencing lots of content from Trailhead, while we breathe life into the subject matter, share best practices, tips, gotchas and also follow up with hands-on exercises in a collaborative (and hopefully FUN) way!

You will maximize your learning if you can get through some of this content PRIOR TO starting our workshop, so that you better understand the concepts and context of the materials.

Also - since we want to ensure that you are learning in a safe, clean technology environment...please make sure to sign up for a FREE Developer Org of Salesforce from this link.

During our class, you will be performing all of the hands-on exercises in your FREE Developer Org Salesforce instance.

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Your Instructor


David Giller
David Giller
  • As an attorney, I used to practice law..helping clients navigate through difficult situations related to family law, bankruptcy and foreclosure issues.
  • I’ve stepped away from the legal profession and now I am CEO of Brainiate, a Salesforce consulting firm.
  • As a Salesforce Partner, my Brainiate team helps non-profit and for-profit organizations unleash the power of Salesforce to work more efficiently, get a 360-degree view of customers, and automate business processes.

How did I go from practicing law to becoming a Salesforce expert?

Through a series of bizarre and unexpected career turns, I found myself working at NBC Universal, where I managed large scale IT projects, based out of Rockefeller Center in NYC.

After several years at NBC Universal, I moved over to GE Capital, where I inherited some responsibility for the company’s CRM (Siebel).

While at GE Capital, a Salesforce project landed on my lap, and I before I knew it, I became known as the “Salesforce Guru” at GE Capital.

I’ve decided to take my knowledge and expertise on the Salesforce platform and help others people solve their business problems and become Salesforce Rockstars.

Within the last few years, I have become a recognized expert in the global Salesforce community, through my blog, webinars, podcast, ebooks, and my role as a Salesforce User Group Leader for the NYC and Northern NJ Salesforce User Groups.

In 2016, I became a Salesforce MVP. MVPs are nominated by the Salesforce community and selected by Salesforce employees based on their expertise, generosity, leadership, and advocacy.

I can often be found at most Salesforce events in the NYC area (and certainly at Dreamforce), either speaking publicly (sharing best practices, cool new features), or helping to staff the Salesforce event in other capacities.

I'm looking forward to helping YOU become a Salesforce Rockstar!


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Frequently Asked Questions


What are the pre-workshop requirements? What do I need to know?
This course is meant for Salesforce Administrators. This means that you're expected to understand the difference between objects, fields, records, record types, page layouts, roles, profiles, workflow, process builder, reports and dashboards. If your head is already spinning just from these concepts, this workshop is probably not ideal for you. To follow along with the concepts covered in this class is it best if you already have a Salesforce Administrator Certification...but it is not required. Just don't blame us if you can't follow along. You are NOT expected to know anything about Lightning Experience.
Will we be conducting this class live in my company's production instance of Salesforce?
Absolutely not! 😵 Prior to our workshop you will be provided with instructions on how to get your own FREE Salesforce Developer org and all hands on exercises will be done in that instance.
What is the early bird consulting session?
This 1.5 hour session can be used for Salesforce consulting services and/or additional training. The session will be delivered online by David Giller and will be scheduled based on availability.
Will computers be provided?
You will need to bring your own laptop if you want to participate in class exercises. Since the bulk of this workshop will be hands-on in Salesforce, bringing a laptop is essential. We'll provide the wifi connection.
Do I need to bring my own lunch?
Breakfast and lunch will be provided at no additional cost. Please let us know if you have any dietary restrictions..
What should I bring to the event?
Your laptop, your login credentials for your own FREE Salesforce Developer org, your sunny disposition and an enthusiasm for learning how to be a Salesforce Lightning Experience ninja!
How can I contact the organizer with any questions?
You can reach out to David Giller at dgiller@brainiate.com — mention "NYC Lightning Workshop" in the subject line of your message.
What's the refund policy?
Registration fees are non-refundable, however registrations are transferrable if you are unable to attend.

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