Jennifer W. Lee

Jennifer is a Salesforce Admin Evangelist. She is 8x certified Application Architect and a Trailhead enthusiast. Jen is a former blogger (Jenwlee.com), founding co-host of Automation Hour and former Salesforce MVP (2016-2021).

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Jen’s Top Spring ’22 Release Features

Get ready for Spring ’22 I’m not much of a winter person. In fact, I’m always cold (BTW, I have all the heated products), so I’m okay with us fast-forwarding to warmer times by jumping to spring! Yes, folks. It’s THAT time of year again when we get new features added to our Salesforce orgs! […]

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Use MuleSoft Composer to Integrate Salesforce Orgs and Slack

As admins, once we gather and understand business requirements, we want to get building! Have you ever been in a situation where you could build a solution yourself BUT it required an integration? You would be dependent on a developer resource to complete your solution, which adds time and cost to your project. What if […]

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Jen’s Ultimate 2021 Automation Playlist

Anyone in the Salesforce ecosystem who knows me knows that process automation is my passion. I think it’s super cool to be able to build process automation that allows you, as an admin, to free up your users (or yourself!) from having to perform certain time-consuming tasks. By cutting down the steps or number of […]

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Admin Release Countdown: Get Ready for Spring ’22

Are you ready, #AwesomeAdmins? It’s almost time for the Spring ’22 Salesforce Release! Below are the most important dates you’ll want to mark in your calendar. You can also review release dates and sandbox preview information on the corporate blog. December 16: Get early access by signing up for a pre-release org Admins can sign […]

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Show Components to Users Using Custom Permissions.

Selectively Show Components to Users Using Custom Permissions

In a previously published blog post, Why You Should Add Custom Permissions to Your #AwesomeAdmin Tool Belt, I introduced you to custom permissions. While this feature has been around since Winter ’15, it still remains fairly unknown and underutilized by the admin community. Now’s the time, #AwesomeAdmins — use this superpower to lock or unlock […]

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Limit Access Within Your Flow Using Custom Permissions.

Limit Access Within Your Flow Using Custom Permissions

In a previously published blog post, Why You Should Add Custom Permissions to Your #AwesomeAdmin Tool Belt, I introduced you to custom permissions. This feature has been around since Winter ’15 but remains fairly unknown and underutilized by the admin community. Awesome admins can use this superpower to lock or unlock user access to apps […]

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