Tip of the Week

Tip of the Week – Salesforce help is just a #hashtag away on Twitter

Have you ever gotten totally stuck with some problem in Salesforce and didn’t know where to go? Don’t worry, it happens to even the best users, admins, and even developers! Google is a great resource when you need help quick, but often times the answers you get don’t quite meet your needs and then you’re back where you started. Well, did you know you can leverage the power of social media to get help on Twitter?

There are tons of Salesforce experts out there, and when you need their help, all you have to do is type a quick note in Twitter, drop #askforce on the end, and then keep an eye on your notifications. Be patient, sometimes it can take a little bit before someone gets back to you, but when they do, you’ll be getting expert advice from someone who will walk you through the problem in 120 characters or less. If you’re not already on Twitter, sign up and start asking questions today!

-Jared and the Salesforce Guys

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