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.
Migration to Lightning: Project Structure (3 Key Phases)
What you need to know
Custom app building
Theme & Branding
Customizing the Home Page
Customizing Record Page Layouts
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?
Best practices, tips & gotchas
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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