- [Instructor] Let's talk about sharing rules…to provide record access to users…when your organizations permissions are…more restrictive than public read/write…When permissions are locked-down…so that only the record owner can see…a record, sharing rules opens up…record visibility laterally across teams…such as providing access to managers…on teams other than their own.…We can go ahead and use sharing rules to…make this happen.…And, I'll use sharing rules to open up…record access horizontally across roles…regardless of the position of the user…in the role hierarchy.…
I can use sharing rules to extend access…to roles, public groups, and territories.…Now let's go ahead and sign in.…We need to be at the main page Salesforce…We're starting at the Home tab.…And then head over to the Gear cog icon…and click on that.…Click on Settings.…Now we're in the new tab which is…Setup, and from here we'll go ahead and…put our mouse in the Quick Find…and type in the word sharing.…
Into the Quick Find search tool.…And then select Sharing Settings.…
AuthorChristopher Matthew Spencer
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