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31st August 2017 | By Sean Dukes in News
Learnsmarter are proud to be working with Salesforce on their travel industry booth at the Future Travel Experience Global 2017 show in Las Vegas next week (September 6 – 8) http://www.futuretravelexperience.com/fte-global/. The presentation will showcase...
27th July 2017 | By Sean Dukes in Implementation
Summary Learnsmarter is a native built Salesforce application an as a direct consequence of this, install failures can and do occur. Most of the time these install failures happen for reasons that are logical and clearly understood and with a little bit o...
6th April 2017 | By Sean Dukes in News
The first time I heard about 1:1:1, the Salesforce philanthropy model, was at Dreamforce Europe 2008. Back then, Salesforce’s visit to London was a two day event, held at the Barbican Centre. I discovered several interesting things during those two days, ...
13th March 2017 | By Sean Dukes in Implementation
I like to get my facts right, so I googled ‘dancing on the head of a pin’. I’ve heard the phrase ‘an elephant dancing on the head of a pin’ and my understanding of this is that it means to do something impossible. Unfortunately, my googling wasn’t very he...
11th March 2017 | By Sean Dukes in Techie stuff
I was doing a Trailhead assignment and I needed a formula to add one month to a date. I did a quick bit of research on the web and I really struggled to find the answer. There were a lot of complicated half answers that didn't make sense to me, some that ...
7th March 2017 | By Sean Dukes in Products
We’re pleased to announce that Learnsmarter Core and Learnsmarter Associate are now officially Lightning Ready. What does this mean for you? Well the obvious thing is it means that you can use Learnsmarter if you are already, or are thinking about moving...
26th February 2017 | By Sean Dukes in General
We’re fans of great coffee at Learnsmarter. We cheat a bit by having a bean to cup machine in the office, but we do have work to do, so maybe that’s not such a bad thing. However, one thing we have played around with a bit from time to time was trying to ...
17th November 2016 | By Sean Dukes in Implementation
In a previous post, I explained how to create a monthly accruals report and this involved creating a custom report type. Custom report types are great, but they're most useful when they show just the fields you need. In the previous post, my recommendati...
25th April 2016 | By Sean Dukes in Implementation
One problem many training companies face is that the dates they raise invoices on are often in a different month to the date that the course starts on. So, whilst a report of revenue by invoice date is useful, it doesn’t help much if you’re trying to allo...
6th April 2016 | By Sean Dukes in Techie stuff
Have you ever struggled to read an email on your mobile phone?   The chances are that you have: very few people actually design emails that work on a phone, but you have to ask why? The use of mobile devices is growing every day and the figures show that ...
31st March 2016 | By Sean Dukes in Techie stuff
This blog post deals with a shortcoming with the Log a Call button, especially when you’re using a custom object with a Lookup Relationship to another object. What we’re going to do here is show you how to create an easy to use Log a Call button that mean...
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