- [Instructor] Data within Salesforce is stored…in what Salesforce calls objects…and if you're a database person,…you can think of an object as a database table.…Salesforce comes with a bunch of standard objects,…such as leads, accounts, and contacts…and there's also other types of objects…that store data within the system.…Custom data objects can be created too.…You can make custom objects to store different kinds…of data that aren't supported by standard objects.…In most teams,…data should only be accessible to individuals…who really need it.…
For example,…a sales team person should only see sales-related data.…Salesforce allows the object permissions…to be managed at the profile level.…Profiles provide the fundamental access…that users have to data objects in Salesforce…and those records that are in those objects,…which are permissions such as creating, reading, editing,…and then deleting.…Profiles also control user access to apps, tabs,…and system settings and if you give people too much access…and they make a mistake…
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.
Skill Level Intermediate
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1. Getting Prepared
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3. Working with Salesforce
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6. Data Management
7. Data Security
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