- [Narrator] So let's talk about accounts and contacts.…The accounts and contacts objects allow teams…to track existing relationships.…And while a lead record will stand by itself,…an account can have one or many contacts,…just as a company can have many employees.…Accounts represent companies or organization,…and just as with leads, the correct permissions,…these database objects within Salesforce…permit the storage and editing of account and contact data,…as well as tracking of activities, sending your emails…and uploading your files.…
Just to be clear, I store information about companies…and other entities in accounts,…and then the individual people that are affiliated…with them, or who stand alone without a company…in the contacts section within Salesforce.…It's always fine to store contacts that have no affiliation…with an account, that's absolutely fine…it happens all the time.…And it's also fine to have an account with no contacts…however I'm typically associating a contact…with an account in my workflow,…
AuthorChristopher Matthew Spencer
- Explain Salesforce editions and cloud types.
- Describe Salesforce Chatter features.
- Outline the Salesforce access permission features.
- Summarize lead functionality in Salesforce.
- Use Salesforce assignment and escalation rules.
- Construct Salesforce objects using relationships and schemas.
- Demonstrate formatting and interactivity in Salesforce reports.
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