Where Is This Field Used With Vladimir Gerasimov

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Today on the Salesforce Admins Podcast, we’re excited to welcome back Vladimir Gerasimov, Director Product Management at Salesforce, to learn what his team has been working on, particularly a feature he’s recently delivered that has been highly sought after on the IdeaExchange: Where is this field used.

Join us as we talk about this amazing new beta feature and everything it can do to help you do your job even better, and what’s coming down the pipeline from the product team.

You should subscribe for the full episode, but here are a few takeaways from our conversation with Vladimir Gerasimov.

New goodies from Vlad, 10 years in the making.

“Every time I come here I bring something new,” Vlad says, “in Winter we just released a new Where is this field used? functionality and in Spring it went to beta, which means that you don’t need to bother your account executives, you can go to your sandbox and try it today.” This feature allows you to see where a particular custom field is used straight from the setup page.

As admins we use a lot of custom fields, so being able to see where something is used all in one place is so powerful as we’re changing the way our org is configured or doing general auditing. “Salesforce grew a lot as a company, but our customers grew even bigger,” Vlad says, “now you might have an organization that’s been around for fifteen—maybe almost nineteen years on Salesforce, with a lot of admins coming and going, making changes but not necessarily documenting them properly.”

“Some of the tools we’ve seen partners developing are pretty amazing,” Vlad says, “but there are some downsides.” First of all, you need to successfully download and install the packages in your org. What’s more, they’re not always free to use, “so building things like that into the platform really really saves a lot of time for admins.” This particular idea for Where is this field used? has around 36,000 points on IdeaExchange, so it was a major win to finally deliver it.

The many uses of Where is this field used?

How would you use Where is this field used? “The very broad use case would be, ‘I’m about to change something about this field,’ let’s say it used to be a text field and I want to convert it to a number. I want to understand what parts of the customizations that I made would be impacted,” Vlad says. And that might be something in Apex or Visualforce, not just something an admin usually does. What’s going to happen when you change something here?

A more narrow use case might be that your users are complaining that they don’t see a particular field, but your org uses 20 or 30 layouts. How can you tell what layout is actually missing that field? With Where is this used?, you can work backward to get a list of every layout that incorporates that object, which also shows you where it’s missing.

Another use case occurs when you’re trying to clean up your org. “Unfortunately, Salesforce has limits, you cannot create an unlimited amount of custom fields,” Vlad says, so Where is this used? allows you to do a thorough analysis of each custom field and move any functionality you need before you do your pruning. “Before we introduced this button, a lot of people would click on the delete button to see where a field is referenced,” he says, but this is a way to maybe live a little less on the edge.

The future is bright.

As far as what’s coming down the pipe for Vlad and his team, they’re currently working on adding reports to the functionality for Where is this field used? before it goes into the general release. Beyond that, they’re spending a lot of energy on Dependency API. “It’s a new tool in API entity that would allow you to ask the same question, ‘where is this component used?’, not just in custom fields but for anything else, like what’s the dependency between Apex and Visualforce?”

They’ve also set their sights on addressing some of those limitations in Salesforce that we were talking about. They’re trying to increase the total amount of custom objects you can have in your org, for example, and they’re working over the next year to revisit other things like that as well. Other changes are coming for custom metadata types. By Summer 19, they’re hoping to get custom metadata supported in Process Builder. “My team doesn’t know all of the limits,” Vlad says, “be we do know some of the ones that people really don’t like.”

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Gillian Bruce: Welcome to the Salesforce admins podcast where we talk about product, community and careers to help you become a more awesome Salesforce admin. I’m Jillian Bruce. And today listeners we’ve got a return guest joining us, Vladimir Gerasimov. Vlad is an amazing product manager here at Salesforce. In fact, he’s a Director of Product Management. He’s been on the pod plenty of times because his team build some really cool stuff for admins. And I wanted to get him on the pod today to talk about a feature that has been in such high demand on it idea exchange.

Gillian Bruce: I think 36,000 points are retired with this idea that he’s delivered. He and his team and I wanted to get him on to talk a little bit more about that. And just in general catch up on some of the other cool things that are coming very soon to help all of us manage our sales force or better. So, without further ado, let’s get Vlad on the podcast. Vlad Welcome to the podcast.

Vlad Gerasimov: Well, thank you. It’s great to be back again. Yeah, thank you.

Gillian Bruce: Absolutely, love having you back on pod. You’ve always got so many amazing, great features that admins love to learn more about. Your team is always doing amazing things. What have you and your team been up to lately?

Vlad Gerasimov: Sure. Yeah. As you mentioned, like we’ve been doing quite a lot of good features recently. And every time I come here, I bring something new. For those of you who might not have noticed yet, in the winter, we just released a new where’s field used functionality, and it went first and pilot and in spring, actually, it went to Beta, which means that you don’t need to bother your account executives to file a final pilot nomination and wait and wait and wait. You can go to your sandbox and try it today. And so what does that feature is all about is, it allows you to see, whereas a particular custom field is used.

Vlad Gerasimov: Every time you create a custom field, and they put it on the layout, or let’s say you put it in the formula field, or maybe you use it in your Apex code, you’ll be able to go and simply from a setup page, you’ll be able to see all of those reference in one place. So pretty, pretty neat.

Gillian Bruce: That’s awesome. This is a huge productivity tool for admins, clearly, right? I mean, we have so many custom fields that we build, and we really need to understand where they are, especially as we’re maybe changing the way that we have our org configured or just kind of doing general auditing. This is a new functionality native, I’m kind of in Salesforce and setup, but there’s some other things that have existed out in a community for a while that are similar. Can you talk to us a little bit about some of the, maybe some of the differences and why this, why your team really developed this inside of Salesforce?

Vlad Gerasimov: Yeah, absolutely. Just back to your original point about having this functionality every time we wanna make changes, and I think it’s very good point, because Salesforce grew a lot as a company, but our customers grew even bigger. And now like you might have an organization that been around for 15, maybe almost 19 years on Salesforce was a lot of admins coming and going, making changes not necessarily documented them properly.

Gillian Bruce: What, people don’t document their changes. That’s crazy talk.

Vlad Gerasimov: Totally, yeah. And tools like that, that becoming really, really important. Because we wanna our customers to continue being able to scale with us right? Some of the tools we’ve seen partners developing that it’s pretty amazing that was a community we have, with our partners we have, how they always trying to fill the gaps that we might have in our platform. And they’re amazing … There are some amazing packages out there that give you like a full inside of what’s going on with the org.

Vlad Gerasimov: But there are a few downsides as always, right? It’s a package that you need to install. Sometimes you have to pay for them, of course, some free tools, and it’s not necessarily always available at a click of a button. Building things like that into the platform really, really saves a lot of time for admins. And we’ve been hearing a lot of requests for that if, actually, if you go back to idea exchange, you will see the idea that is around 36,000 points. As all the ideas that I deliver, I’ve been around for 10 years, and I’m not gonna take blame for keeping it that long because I’ve been at Salesforce only for five.

Gillian Bruce: There you go. You can only claim half of those points/

Vlad Gerasimov: Pretty much.

Gillian Bruce: But I mean this, but this is also I mean, this is something that your team is got, you got a trend of delivering very hotly requested in demand tools to help manage your org better and really kind of understand what’s going on and how things are being used. I mean, your team work on custom metadata, a global pick lists, I mean, you’ve got some pretty amazing things that you’ve helped develop for admins, which are game changers. Thank you on behalf of the admin community.

Vlad Gerasimov: Yeah I know. And as I mentioned, this is a really, really important to give the right tools in the right hands, because we want our customers to succeed. And without those tools, it will not be will not be possible to grow, right? We don’t wanna see that. We wanna see people grow and we wanna see people succeed in expanding their businesses as expand their missions. And sometimes it’s all it takes is just a small button, right?

Gillian Bruce: Just a small button …

Vlad Gerasimov: Small button that takes 10 years to deliver.

Gillian Bruce: Hey, it’s a good button. We like the button. Let’s talk a little bit about some cool use cases for something like this. So, you know, I’m an urban, I’ve got maybe, maybe I’ve inherited an org. And I have a custom field. And I wanna know, where is this use? Why are people using it? Tell me exactly kind of how, you know what point when I look at this, how is this really useful, the information it’s given me what do I do with it?

Vlad Gerasimov: There are definitely a lot of use cases like there were abroad one would be. Well, I’m about to change something about this field, let’s say, used to be a text field, and I’m going to convert it into a number. I wanna understand what parts of customization that I’m able to be impacted? And it not necessarily the customization that admins do it. Sometimes it may be some epics and visual force pages and stuff like that. But that’s a very broad case, right? Just that, what’s gonna happen when I change something here. There’s more and more narrow use cases. For instance, let’s say some of your users may complaints, they don’t see that field.

Vlad Gerasimov: And you might have an organization with 20 or 30 layouts. And sometimes it’s really hard to understand what layout is actually missing that field. You can kind of reverse it. You can go to the page, see what the layout that field this on and figure out what layouts its fields not on and go on fix it later.

Gillian Bruce: That’s really cool, that’s a great use case. Because Yeah, as you said, you can have multiple layouts for different profiles or even permission sets. And so being able to look at it kind of just at the field basis would be very easy.

Vlad Gerasimov: Yeah, exactly. Some other examples will be you know, unfortunately, Salesforce has limits. You cannot create an unlimited amount of custom fields. And sometimes you wanna do some cleanups, and you wanna dilute that field, but before you do it, you wanna make sure that all the functionalities move to somewhere else. You can do that preliminary analysis before deleting the field.

Gillian Bruce: That’s Yeah, ’cause anytime we talk about deleting a field it makes me nervous. My like in our admin like alarm clock, ’cause yes, we wanna get rid of unwanted stuff, but oh no, what am I gonna break? What is it? Where is it being used in some process or something that I forgot about?

Vlad Gerasimov: And it’s actually interesting that you brought it up, because before we introduce the button, a lot of people would go and click on delete button to see whereas the field is referenced. And it’s …

Gillian Bruce: It is a method.

Vlad Gerasimov: It is a method, yeah. Unfortunately, does not cover everything. And I know you’re gonna ask me about the feedback that we received. One was the biggest feedback that we, feedback and future request received this to support reports. Currently, you all know that if you try to delete a field that is referenced in report, you’ll be able to do so. Because, while there’s no restrictions, you’ll break your report, you might be missing some data from your report and might become non functional enough to fix it. But it is possible. Currently, and I know like a lot of you might be thinking about using this button to see what reports is reference.

Vlad Gerasimov: We do not support reports at this moment. But this is like our next item before the goal GA, hopefully at Dreamforce will be able to show you all the reports where you will referenced this particular custom field for looking statement applies, of course.

Gillian Bruce: Yeah, right for looking statement for tall the things. But that’s exciting. So yeah, I mean, that’s a good point that Yeah, okay. It’s not yet on reports. But it’s coming, which is great. And I mean, starting to set this basic level to understand where it’s being referenced, just aside from reports, it’s a great, great start. I mean, will it show, will also tell me like this is being used in a process builder, or a flow?

Vlad Gerasimov: It does some of those areas like a pretty much what you can think of, if one you delete your custom field, you will see that component, component reference and as blog from intuition. You will see it in the report. And underneath that it builds some freaky margin, same logic as our delete logic. If you reference in somewhere which would prevent you from deleting that field, you will be able to see it on the report.

Gillian Bruce: Awesome. That’s really great. Okay, so you mentioned feedback, talked about the desire for people to have this in reports, whether they’re kind of feedback have you seen so far from the pilot in the beta?

Vlad Gerasimov: It is been extremely, it been very, extremely positive feedback. I’m actually … My team was hesitating a little bit, pushing it into beta. We got some, of course, we got some pilot feedback, but we’re mostly focusing on performance of this feature. We’ve got, we fixed that and we were really kind of hesitating about opening the gate and letting everyone to us in sandboxes. But since it’s been out in the mid January, I think when release we were kind of like a week or two after the release.

Vlad Gerasimov: We haven’t actually heard any complains. A few things people brought up reports. Pretty much everyone brought up reports, there a few other components that are currently not covered that been like relatively low amount of requests, but everyone, my favorite quote was that this is a this tool is a godsend. And that just like, I’m copying those screenshots and like saving them for later to just show …

Gillian Bruce: Making the posters put them on your wall.

Vlad Gerasimov: Yeah, exactly. Yeah. And numbers speak for itself. Like we’re tracking how many times people actually click the button and so far up to date, we got quarter million clicks just within a few months.

Gillian Bruce: That’s amazing.

Vlad Gerasimov: Yeah, it’s like literally two … Yeah, it’s two months. Two months ago, we release it. On average people use it five, 7000 times a day.

Gillian Bruce: Wow, that’s amazing.

Vlad Gerasimov: And that feature is not GA.

Gillian Bruce: I’m gonna say that’s just some data.

Vlad Gerasimov: I’m just waiting for this podcast to be released and see how many more will get-

Gillian Bruce: Will double it?

Vlad Gerasimov: Hopefully.

Gillian Bruce: That’s awesome. Okay. You said, you can access it in your sandbox, is that the vision for the future, or will this also be in production at some point?

Vlad Gerasimov: Is gonna be in production. Since it’s featured in beta, we’re kind of trying to be extra cautious about things that are not generally available, just to make sure that we maintain our commitment to our service. That’s why it’s currently in pilot. But again, it does not require any special actions, you can go to any custom field, click on it, click on that button and see it. And if you watch, I should say, if you will listen, my previous podcast where I talk about customer at data types, and how you can reference them in multiple things.

Vlad Gerasimov: Now you can actually see where the fields of custom metadata types that’s are reference. This is not only for custom or standard objects, it’s for any custom field. Custom metadata types, custom object, custom settings, standard objects. Any entity where you can define custom field, you’ll be able to see that button on that custom field.

Gillian Bruce: That is awesome, that’s really cool. I’m envisioning some very cool like demos and stories to come out, come dream for us first time to show really the power.

Vlad Gerasimov: I would love to see some people showcasing how they were able to, like save a lot of money by reducing the amount of time they spend investigating what changes needs to be done, and how those changes would affect their orgs?

Gillian Bruce: Yeah, I mean, this completely changes that element of the trial process where you’re trying to figure out what, what happened, where is this going? That’s great. Well, thank you for all of your innovation and the hard work that your team has done to make this happen. Because I know this is clearly a hugely popular item that’s now part of Salesforce one piece of functionality.

Gillian Bruce: Let’s talk a little bit more about maybe some other stuff that you guys are working on. You said you’re gonna include reports as part of this. What else is your team working on? Because you always, you guys have the cool stuff?

Vlad Gerasimov: Yeah, for sure. I have a few teams that’s why I always, I’m never short of cool features that we’re delivering. If one of the team hasn’t delivered something yet, another one delivered already. As I mentioned, we really pushing to move this functionality into GA, and by Dreamforce. But some of the people who might not be in this, their admins, they know that we’re also working on what we call dependency API. Dependency API, it said, it’s what that button is built on pretty much. It is a new tool to an entity, to an API entity that would allow you to and ask the same question where this component is used, not just only for custom field, but for anything else. Like, what’s the difference between epics and visual force? Those kind of things,

Vlad Gerasimov: We’re working hard on them. There’s still a lot of challenges with performance and stuff, but hopefully, we’ll be able to move this functionality maybe into beta and by Dreamforce, again, another Forward looking statement.

Gillian Bruce: Forward looking statement all the things. Yes.

Vlad Gerasimov: We also found some time to address some of the limits that we have on Salesforce. So again, forward-looking statement, spring 19, we’re gonna see an increase in total amount of custom objects you can have in New York. It’s a small bump right now from 2000 to 2500. But we have quite a few customers, very big customers who really eager to get that increase and will continue working on addressing some of other limits. This is at least on my commitment for next year, to revisit a lot of things that we’ve been saying, as the limits.

Gillian Bruce: Yeah, ’cause I mean, some of those limits have been in place for, Gosh, 5,10 plus years, right? And now the platform has grown and what our customers are doing is totally changed and grow as you mentioned, so that’s great.

Vlad Gerasimov: Exactly. We need to go back and look into those and I know Salesforce been talking about limits quite a lot. Hopefully my truck of deliveries would allow me to change that and actually invest some of them. And in custom metadata type world, we’ve got some exciting stuff as well. With spring and summer 19, we expecting to get customer metadata type supported and process builder.

Gillian Bruce: Whoa, that’ll be really cool.

Vlad Gerasimov: That’s been with the whole journey of Admin Tools for custom metadata types. This one was the biggest and most requested one. Also, it was the hardest to implement. That’s why I would save it for the latest. But it’s progressing nicely and with some confidence and on the forward-looking statement again, I can say we’re gonna deliver that button in summer.

Gillian Bruce: That’s awesome Vlad, so many cool things that you guys got going on. That’s amazing. Get ready ’cause people now are gonna be super excited both, especially about the limits. Are you kidding? I mean, I hear people complain about that all the time.

Vlad Gerasimov: Yeah, well … My team does know all the limits, but we own some of them that people really don’t like. Let’s put it that way.

Gillian Bruce: Working on it. I love it. Okay, well thank you again for all the amazing work that your team is doing and for sharing with us on the pod. We have a new and improved lightning round, Since you’ve been on the podcast a few times, we figured we could test out the new lightning round. We have an awesome new producer who’s helping me on the podcast Cece Belarde, She’s joining us from the Year Up program and she has helped us reimagine with the lightning round looks like.

Gillian Bruce: We have now three questions that are part of the lightning round. Are you ready?

Vlad Gerasimov: I am.

Gillian Bruce: Okay. First question is or this or that? It’s either one thing or the other.

Vlad Gerasimov: Okay.

Gillian Bruce: Movies at home or movies in the theater?

Vlad Gerasimov: At home.

Gillian Bruce: At home, I like it.

Vlad Gerasimov: Yeah, I don’t think, I think I haven’t been to a movie theater at least for six months.

Gillian Bruce: Wow. Even for like the big like kind of fan crazy Sci-Fi?

Vlad Gerasimov: I don’t like those. That’s might be a problem like, I’m really enjoy like new movies like, most of my time is like TV series, like Netflix ,Hulu , and like between Netflix Hulu and Amazon Prime. There’s never a shortage of something you can watch.

Gillian Bruce: True. Something [inaudible 00:18:20].

Vlad Gerasimov: A person like you, you’ve gone there you buy popcorn and soda and stuff, it’s not good for you.

Gillian Bruce: You can’t pause it? Yeah, extra …

Vlad Gerasimov: You can pause it and then someone is like, eating loudly behind you.

Gillian Bruce: That’s true. Okay. Next lightning round question is. Would you rather … Would you rather be able to talk with all animals or be able to speak all foreign languages?

Vlad Gerasimov: All foreign languages.

Gillian Bruce: Okay, ’cause you can already speak what? Two languages, three?

Vlad Gerasimov: Two and half I would say.

Gillian Bruce: Two and half?

Vlad Gerasimov: Yeah, I mean, I’m bilingual. I was born in Russia, so speak Russian. Hopefully that still my Russian is still good. I speak some English as you can tell and …

Gillian Bruce: You gotta good mastery in English.

Vlad Gerasimov: And my Spanish is enough to survive at the bar.

Gillian Bruce: There you go. You know tequila and Margarita, right?

Vlad Gerasimov: Yes “Dos cervezas”!

Gillian Bruce: Perfect.

Vlad Gerasimov: Por Favor!

Gillian Bruce: Perfecto. All right now your last lightning round question. What is a phrase or word that you overuse?

Vlad Gerasimov: What is the phrase, and a word that I overused? I think it should be like someone should tell me that because you know, if I knew that I overuse something that wouldn’t, I wouldn’t use it anymore. Probably “Forward looking Statement.”

Gillian Bruce: No, there you go. That’s a perfect, I love it. Do you use it in your personal life too? ‘Cause I know sometimes …

Vlad Gerasimov: Sometimes, Yeah.

Gillian Bruce: Likely I wanna do that “Forward looking statement”. I mean, you don’t know what that means.

Vlad Gerasimov: “Forward looking statement”, I might cook a dinner tonight. Right?

Gillian Bruce: There you go. I love it. Well, I thank you so much for joining us again and thanks for all the great innovations your team is building and we look forward to seeing what’s coming around Dreamforce for it’s time to.

Vlad Gerasimov: Well, it would be exciting, I can wear my Salesforce that’s again and see all you guys a Dreamforce.

Gillian Bruce: Yes, for the pants. We love it.

Vlad Gerasimov: Thank you.

Gillian Bruce: Huge thanks to Vlad for taking the time to chat with us and take time away from all of the amazing things that he is delivering his truckload of deliveries, if you will, with all of his teams working very hard to make it easier for us as admins to do our job. I had a couple of fun takeaways from my conversation with Vlad as always, good to talk to him forever. But the first thing you wanna talk about is this amazing new feature that he and his team have rolled out. That is now beta was spring 19, called Where Is This Field Used.

Gillian Bruce: This is a feature that you can all access in your sandbox that allows you to see where a custom field is used. Whether it’s in a layout, a formula field, or even an apex code, and you can access all of that just from the setup menu in your sandbox. Now, this is a beta feature. And I think the goal is for summer to make it a GA feature. Everyone will be able to use it, not just in sandbox, but for the moment, it isn’t sandbox, again, forward looking statement. But this is a really great tool because it’s a way to see that impact that we might have when we change something, change a field, maybe change your field type, or remove or delete a field.

Gillian Bruce: It’s gonna allow us to kind of reverse engineer maybe if we’re trying to figure out why certain user isn’t seeing a field, we can actually use this to see what layouts, what page layouts this field is used on? It’s a really incredible tool. Now there are some tools out there on the app exchange that are similar. But what’s cool about this is its native on the platform, you don’t have to install package. It is there, and it’s actually built on a tool that Vlad team is working on called the dependency API.

Gillian Bruce: This dependency API is something that his team’s been working on for a while. It’s a big project. And that is what allows this button to work. It allows you to ask where a component is being used at any point in your Salesforce instance. Now, but that is still working progress. But the first iteration of that is this, where’s this field to us button, so make sure you check it out. It’s really awesome. We’ve had some great feedback from the community. Vlad’s favorite quote that he heard so far as is, “This tool was a God send” Definitely make sure that you check it out. It’s a great thing for us to use as admins.

Gillian Bruce: Now, he and his team on his truck of deliveries have a bunch more things coming down the pipeline, again, forward-looking statement, because this is all future looking, features and functionality. But including that, a dependency API we talked about. Now, this is gonna be a tool that especially is useful for developers as well. You’ll be able to see where components is used in the dependencies across your Salesforce instance.

Gillian Bruce: He’s also looking at trying to expand the limits of total custom objects, array. Now that’s something that hopefully we’ll have some more news about just in a little bit here as the summer release comes up. And with a summer release, we are going to get customer metadata types in process builder. This was one of the top most requested features. After his team released custom metadata types. It’s also one of the hardest features that he and his team has worked to implement. Hopefully we’ll see that very soon in summer 19. Stay tuned. We’ll have lots more information about the summer release coming very, very soon.

Gillian Bruce: Thank you so much for joining us for today’s episode. If you wanna learn a little bit more about some of the things we chatted about, definitely check out the release notes. I put a link to where’s this field used in the release notes that you can go learn some more details about it there. Also, be sure to stay up to date as we get ready for the summer 19 release which is just around the corner. We’ll have lots more information coming your way on admin. Salesforce.com. In the form of webinars including release readiness live, events, blogs and yes even more podcasts.

Gillian Bruce: Make sure that you check out admin.salesforce.com. If you wanna hear past episodes Vlad has been a guest, I highly encourage you to I put the links in the show notes he’s been on before to talk to us about custom metadata types, time fields and global pick lists. some really great innovations that if you’re not using them, what are you doing? Go get on your Salesforce instance and start checking these out especially in your sandbox. They’re fantastic tools for all of us to use. Please remember to subscribe to the podcast and make sure you get the latest and greatest episodes delivered directly to your platform or device of choice the moment they are released.

Gillian Bruce: You can find us on Twitter at Salesforce admins know I. Our guest today Vladimir Gerasimov, is on Twitter at VladIMGE. This link is in the show notes and you can find myself at Gillian K. Bruce. One quick note before I let you go today, I wanna remind you all that you should definitely take part in an exciting campaign we have happening right now called, be an innovator with the Flow Builder. Flow is something we heard on last week’s episode when we talked to Teresa about the amazing solution she helped us build for the awesome admin superpower finder quiz that we used a dream force.

Gillian Bruce: Flow is an amazing tool. We’ve had Shannon Hale on the podcast. She’s a product manager for that team. It is a really great declarative way that we can all automate business processes. With a little more complexity than what we can do with process builder. So right now we’re in the middle of a 10 day campaign where each day you’ve got a new video, a new post to take you through a specific part of how to build a flow. If you take part and complete the trail mix and join us on this. You get a special community badge and we actually give a donation to an amazing nonprofit.

Gillian Bruce: It’s really fun. There’s an amazing series of videos from fellow Salesforce evangelist, Marc Baizman, LeeAnne Rimel, it’s really, really fun. I highly encourage you to join. Definitely make sure you join us. You can find it on Twitter at hashtag be an innovator. Or you can go to admin.Salesforce.com to learn more. Common be an innovator with us with flow, it’s a really, really fun challenge. And I totally encourage you to do so. Thanks again so much for listening to today’s episode, and we’ll catch you next time in the cloud.

 

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