This video provides an overview of apps and the App Launcher within Salesforce Lightning Experience.
- [Narrator] Short for application, an app within Salesforce…supports a team's business needs…with a collection of components.…Every Salesforce user handles account data with an app.…It's the user interface for data management.…Apps are needed because data without a clean user interface…is harder to manage.…Custom apps aren't hard to make.…Anyone can set them up.…More complicated apps might require…a bit more training and experience,…and I'll briefly review some key features…of apps in this video.…
Now over here we see the name of the app…that's currently selected, which is the sales app.…You can see here the waffle or the tic tac toe board…called the app launcher,…which is where you'll find apps that you've developed,…along with a list of standard and custom database objects.…These are the apps that came…with my Salesforce account here at the top.…This is a custom app that I built.…Down here below in all items…we have a list of database objects that we can select.…Developers can write code to make complex apps…
AuthorChristopher Matthew Spencer
- Making apps
- Using the App Manager and Lightning App Builder
- Adding third-party components to app pages
- Upgrading a classic app
- Adding and managing app tabs
- Enhancing apps with custom objects
- Building apps for analytics and dashboards
- Testing apps in the Salesforce1 mobile experience
Skill Level Intermediate
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