Master Automation, Change Management, and Security with Low-Code Tools

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The global pandemic has significantly changed the way businesses operate. And admins everywhere have sprung into action to adapt existing processes or to design, and roll out, new processes that are having a huge impact. With low-code tools, Salesforce Admins are quickly responding to their businesses’ changing needs without compromising quality, security, or scalability. This spring, we organized a virtual event to highlight the work you’ve been doing and showcase the #LowCodeLove💜. Today we’re diving in and taking a closer look at the tools that enable you.

Build what you need fast

As you work to quickly reimagine business processes, empower your workforce, and go digital, it’s important you leverage the low-code tools and resources available to help you succeed. Over the next 3 weeks, we’ll dive into the three key topics that will enable you to innovate fast by getting hands-on, drive change management with new tools, and maintain a secure org to scale with confidence:

Automation, Change Management, and Security

Each topic has a specific trailmix, carefully curated with relevant content to include badges, projects, blog posts, podcasts, and a link to an upcoming Trailhead Live session.

Trailhead Live, you ask? Yes! Each week, we’re organizing an hour-long Trailhead Live Admin event — Wednesdays at 10:00 a.m. PT.

On August 19, join Senior Admin Evangelist Marc Baizman and the creators of Salesforce Labs apps and flows to learn how to leverage solutions from the AppExchange. Follow along as Marc uses three different Salesforce Labs solutions to enhance user experiences and solve common adoption and change management challenges with Flow Builder. Add the session to your Google calendar now.

And on August 26, we’ll dive into how you can use new tools, including Notification Builder and In-App Guidance, to drive change management and adoption.

Lastly, on September 2, we’ll learn how to scale with confidence by implementing Salesforce Security features to help you maintain a secure org both inside and out!

Join the quest

So what’s next? Joining the quest is easy. Complete a LowCodeLove trailmix(es) to enter to win one of 30 $50USD gift certificates to the Trailhead Store (by September 14, 2020). Restrictions apply. See the official rules for full details.

Want a little more? Of course you do! Complete any of the trailmixes by September 14, 2020, to earn your exclusive Fall in LowCodeLove community badge for your Trailhead profile.

Find all the details at: sforce.co/fallinlowcodelove. Share with your friends by tweeting via #LowCodeLove.


No purchase necessary. Void where prohibited. Sweepstakes runs from August 17, 2020, 12:00 a.m. PT to September 14, 2020, 11:59 p.m. PT. Open to legal residents of the U.S. (incl. D.C.), Austria, Canada (excluding Quebec), Cyprus, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, India, Ireland, Japan, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Spain, Switzerland, Ukraine, and the United Kingdom. Must be 18+ (20+ in Japan). See Official Rules.

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