Free Resources for Admins

6 Free Resources Available Today for Salesforce Admins


No matter where you are in your Salesforce Admin journey, constant learning and growth is important to your career development and technical skills. Luckily, Salesforce Administrators have access to tons of free resources to deep dive into product areas, hone business skills, and connect with other Salesforce Admins to learn tips and tricks. Here are a few free resources you can bookmark today.

Learn new skills

  • Salesforce Trailhead: This is an interactive learning platform that offers a variety of modules on different Salesforce topics, such as Administration, Development, and Sales. It also includes hands-on exercises, quizzes, and badges to track your progress. Trailhead is a useful resource for learning the basics of Salesforce and understanding how the different components of the platform work together.
  • Salesforce Admins site (where you are reading this blog!): This website is entirely dedicated to you, the Salesforce Admin. We regularly post blogs, podcasts, and videos focused on technical and business skills. This is a great place to hear directly from Salesforce Product Managers, as well as Trailblazers like you.
  • Salesforce Admins YouTube channel: This channel is where you can find a variety of videos on different Salesforce topics, including product demos, webinars, and Trailblazer solution examples. This is a helpful resource for getting a feel for how Salesforce is used in the real world and for learning about new features and functionality.

Connect with other admins and product experts

Here are some tips for engaging with the Salesforce community!

  • Trailblazer Community: Check out this online community of Salesforce users, where you can ask questions, share knowledge, and connect with other Salesforce professionals. The Trailblazer Community is the #1 place to connect with product owners and experts. It’s an awesome place to go for help with specific questions and to learn from the experiences of other Salesforce Administrators.
  • Salesforce Community Group Meetings: Join one of the many Salesforce user groups where people meet and share knowledge and experience. This is a helpful way to connect with other Salesforce Administrators with a shared location, role, or interest, to learn about best practices and strategies for working with the platform.
  • Join a free live stream for live Q&A with experts. Attend one of the monthly Automate This! live-stream video events to learn more about automation and Flow Builder. This is a great chance to deep dive into specific automation topics, as well as engage in live Q&A with automation experts. Also, mark your calendar for the Admin Release Preview, which happens 3 times a year for each release. The Admin Release Preview covers release updates for admins, and includes a Q&A session with product owners.

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