Chris Van Der Merwe has written a nice post on how he customized the datatableFSC component to handle a single custom object. His post gives easy to follow step-by-step instructions that a non-developer can easily follow to create a version of the datatable componet to support any object of their choice.
About Eric Smith
I have spent over 40 years in the business of technology. I founded my own IT firms, ValCom and VTec, where we provided Sales, Service, Consulting and Training for personal and mini-computers throughout northern New England. After 23 years as a business owner, I spent another 10 years as a Senior Sales Rep covering Government and Medical customers. I am now the Director of Software Development for a telecommunications company that specializes in fiber delivered broadband and voice services. I’m always looking for new ways to use Salesforce to improve our business processes, automation, and communications
Entries by Eric Smith
I have added a new parameter to the quickChoiceFSC component. You can now choose to display visual card pickers in a single column or side by side in dual columns.
In my org, we are working on a new way for our service agents to select Case resolution options. To improve data consistency and accuracy we are adding descriptions to our Case resolution options. The initial thought was to create and display a datatable with a column for the resolution and another for the description. […]
System Admin Tools Menu Over time I have created a number of specialized Flows in my org for System Admins to help fix records or unwind certain processes. I find these are a much safer way of keeping the data clean rather than trying to remember all the manual steps necessary to update records correctly. […]
There has been a simple Show Toast action available on unofficialsf.com that you could use in a Flow to display a pop-up toast panel with a message of your choice. Recently I’ve seen users asking for things like being able to control the display time or including a clickable link in their message. I decided to add […]
In Spring ’19 Salesforce added a Printable View button to many Standard and all Custom Objects. The Printable View includes the current user’s page layout and related lists. What it does not include are any Posts that users have added to the Chatter Feed. In this Blog Post, I’ll show you how to add a […]
Lightning Flow Screen Components are a great way to add power to and improve the look of your Flows. In this four-part series, I’ll show you how a single component, designed to display a list or table, can enhance your Flows. The unofficialsf.com website includes datatableFSC as one of many Flow Screen Components you can use for your […]
Sometimes you just want to make a certain field stand out on your page layout. The standard detail section for a Record Page shows all fields the same way. I wanted to be able to see, at a quick glance, what the Case # was on my internal Software Development Case record page. How could […]
The focus of this presentation is to encourage and excite creativity in how you can improve the user experience in your Salesforce orgs. I will demonstrate how 10 different Lightning Components can be used to do some very interesting things in both Lightning Record pages and screen-based Flows. I have either created or enhanced most […]