Certifications / Experience Cloud

Experience Cloud Consultant Certification Guide & Tips

By Dave Ge

  • Mid-level
  • 6 months
  • Administrator
  • 200

Table of Contents

Certification Introduction

The Experience Cloud Consultant certification is for certified Salesforce Administrators experienced implementing communities in a customer-facing role.

Experience Cloud (formerly Community Cloud), is a paid add-on to Sales or Service Cloud. It serves as a portal for companies to better interact with customers, members, business partners, and resellers.

Be ready for a scenario based exam, with detailed questions about licensing, configuration, setup, security, access control, knowledge, reputation, recommendations, and more.

Experience Cloud is gaining popularity with businesses that see a strategic opportunity to connect more effectively with customers, partners, resellers, and members. If you are looking to advance your career and expand your skills portfolio, this certification is solid evidence of advanced knowledge with a strategic product.

This exam is different compared to other certifications you may be familiar with, such as Administrator. Questions are more complex and detailed. It requires a greater depth of knowledge, especially in areas such as click-paths through Setup, Experience Builder, Workspaces, and Administration (features, capabilities, and limits of licenses; nuances of various community templates, and security).

This article presents a three-stage strategy for passing the exam, starting with study resources to gain a big-picture overview of what communities and the exam are all about. Next, there are books, manuals, Trailhead modules and trails, on-line courses, blogs, developer orgs, and practice exams that help you learn exam topics to a level of detail needed to pass. Finally there are tips on test strategy to be successful on exam day.

Who’s the Ideal Candidate?

This exam is designed for customer facing consultants that have experience implementing Salesforce from scratch. Having said that, it is still very much applicable to Salesforce Admins that want to prove their advanced knowledge on the platform, and are dealing with slightly more complex Salesforce Org’s.

You might want to take this certification if you’re looking for a promotion, a change in jobs, or a move over from administration to consulting.

Exam Topics Overview

The Experience Cloud Consultant exam covers seven topics, each with a different weighting.

The most heavily weighted topics are Implementation, Security, and Setup, covering 60% of the exam. This is 36 of 60 questions. The passing score is 62% (38 questions).

Exam questions present customer scenarios and possible solutions. The scenario will present two to four customer requirements. The question will ask for one to three correct answers from four or five choices.

Key Topics

Salesforce Exams are made up of different topics, comprised of different weightings for each. It’s important to pay attention to these, as just a few sections will most likely take up the majority of the exam, such as the key topics below (Totalling 47% which is 28/60 questions).

1. Implementation 22%

This exam is aimed at the Consultant role. You are expected to understand how a community is implemented, and capabilities, limitations, and features of different community templates and licenses.

  • Select appropriate license type for a given scenario
  • Evaluate the infrastructure of a community
  • Capabilities of different deployment types
  • Mobility requirements
  • Integration strategy
  • Critical success factors for a community rollout
  • Limits for different types of users, roles, and licenses
  • Set up a custom domain

2. Sharing and Security 20%

Most Salesforce professionals would agree security is one of the more complex and challenging topics. With communities, security gets exponentially more complicated. External users are accessing an org, so Admins now have two sets of users to manage: internal users such as company employees, and external community users. There are different tools, considerations, and skills to learn, to manage external community users and administer security.

  • Security requirements for a scenario that includes collaboration, business processes, object and document access requirements
  • Appropriate security model for various use cases
  • Configure users, person accounts, profiles, object permissions
  • Steps to build a public community
  • How to add new community users
  • Grant access to information resources
  • Protect critical internal information assets
  • Differences between community and org security
  • Sharing, sharing sets, share groups

3. Community Setup 18%

There are options in setup governing features of all communities in an org. Many are obscure, such as external account hierarchy settings, standard external profiles for self-registration, or editing the partner account field on leads. Access to a good knowledge base is one reason customers join communities. There are different ways to notify new community users that their account is active, and given the exam questions I saw, Salesforce seems to consider this issue important.

  • Set up, configure, and organize topics
  • Map topics to knowledge articles
  • Community user login requirements
  • Email notices to new community users
  • Multilingual capabilities
  • When to integrate Salesforce or AppExchange products
  • Setup options applicable to all users and communities in an org

4. Experience Builder 12%

While Setup controls all communities in an org, Experience Builder is the tool for building an individual community. If you have experience using Wix or WordPress you will see similarities.

  • Customize communities to match corporate branding and identity
  • Customize navigation through community templates
  • Create and configure Lightning pages
  • Tailor templates and Lightning components
  • Optimize community performance

5. Community Management 11%

We all know how to log into an org. Getting to and through a community is a different path. If you have experience using a community such as Trailblazers, the features and capability of Community Management will look familiar. Users rate other users, evaluate comments, and earn reputation points. Moderators control comments. Dashboards report measurements of user participation.

  • Grant users access to communities
  • Set up and configure community dashboards and insights
  • Community moderation features
  • Create recommendations
  • Set up and tailor reputation management and reporting

6. Content 9%

Users log into communities because there is information worth looking at. Chatter and Search within a community knowledge base can be tailored to users’ convenience. Salesforce communities can be configured to pull from other content management systems (CMS), such as Adobe Experience Manager, WordPress, and Drupal.

  • Explain features of CMS connect
  • Personalize content for users
  • Implement community search
  • Use Chatter questions and Chatter groups
  • Translate community content

7. Templates and Use Cases 8%

Templates in Experience Builder are like Themes in WordPress. They both have varying features, capabilities, specific use, and application; and there are exam questions about this. Lightning Bolts are user-customized templates built with lightning components. Like WordPress themes, they can be packaged, exported, imported, customized, and used to build other communities.

  • Configure and use Lightning templates and Bolts
  • How to use, create, import, and export Lightning Bolts
  • Capabilities and limitations of various community templates

Study Strategy

Over the last few years I have studied for and passed a number of certifications. In the process I have developed a study strategy that seems to work. I hope it will be helpful to you.

The strategy has three stages:

  1. Develop an overall understanding of Salesforce Communities. Enumerate key study areas. For this, use the official exam guide, Trailhead, and a good book.
  2. Learn the key study areas using diverse sources: Trailhead, practice orgs, books, official Salesforce documentation, training videos, practice exams, and articles. Study all exam topics. Do not ignore topics representing small portions of the exam.
  3. Use practice exams to test knowledge level, gauge progress, and assess readiness.

Official exam guide

Start by reading the official exam guide from Salesforce. It has essential information about the exam, topics, topic detail, weightings, passing score, question count, duration, and five sample questions.

Trailhead is your friend

Trailhead Expand Your Reach with Communities and Customize Your Community trails are an excellent place to start, even for experienced candidates. The first trail has four modules and three projects. The second has four projects and two modules. This gives you a good understanding of communities and detail about topics Salesforce considers important. The experience of building and configuring various types of communities in a Trailhead playground is great hands on practice.

Communities Book

Practical Guide to Salesforce Communities”, from Apress, by Philip Weinmeister, is a great introduction and overview of communities. It is not a technical deep dive, and is now more than two years and six releases old, but coverage is good. It is a quick read and touches on every important exam topic.


There are several Experience Cloud trailmixes on Trailhead. These project, module, and document collections are best capitalized on by carefully looking at component modules and selecting those most appropriate for you. They all lead through the process of creating and configuring a community using themes, licenses, Builder, Workspaces, Reputation, Recommendations, creating community users, dashboards, access controls, and other key exam topics. A Google search for “Experience Cloud Trailmix” leads to a half dozen trailmixes created by Trailhead users. The best one is by Mechthild Kreuser.

Developer Org

It is important to mix Trailhead with practice in a developer org. This exam requires knowledge beyond Trailhead and hands on experience will solidify your understanding of complex subjects. Test takers must have an in-depth grasp of topics such as community limitations, community licenses, Salesforce license types, click-paths through Setup, Experience Builder, Administration, security, and more.

Salesforce Documentation

Study the community manager’s guide, release notes, and setup guide, in that order. These key study documents are long, detailed, and useful to a reader with good foundational knowledge of communities. I have read many of these guides over the years, and it looks to me like this is where a lot of exam questions come from.

Great Udemy Class

Practical Guide to Setup and Manage Salesforce Communities”, by Debasis Jena, for $25.00, on Udemy, is an excellent study resource.

The course is over seven hours long. It was published in July, meaning content is current and up to date. It is well organized and teaches to a level of detail commensurate with the exam.

You should not be put off by the outward appearance of the course; the instructor is very knowledgeable. He covers every icon, screen, page, panel, feature, function, field, option, tab, menu, setting, picklist, license, template, limit, checkbox, and button in Experience Cloud.

Blog Posts

This is the first exam where I found good articles and blog-posts related to exam topics. These articles cover topics I saw on the exam:

Practice Exams

There are well-written practice exams on Focus on Force. They give a healthy insight into the nature and cadence of a real exam. These practice exams are effective when used as a study guide with a developer org open at the same time, so questions can be answered by exploring and experimenting in the developer org. Focus on Force exams have added educational value because there are explanations of answers, with charts, diagrams, illustrations, references to Trailhead modules, and links to Salesforce documentation.

Avoid exam dumps​

Don’t waste your valuable study time on exam dumps! I largely agree with a recent Salesforce Ben article about exam dumps that they have limited value. The information is typically stale; Salesforce changes often and few sites keep up. Look at a few dump sites and it is soon apparent they all hawk the same obsolete questions. The questions are out of date, plagiarized, and recycled from professionally maintained sites, notably this one and FoF.

Most dump sites have the professional appearance of an abandoned grade-school science project. You don’t know who the authors are. If you write them with a question or correction you never hear back. I have seen questions on Quizlet and other dump sites that are just plain wrong.

Exam Strategy

When exam day arrives, there are tips gathered over the years to help improve chances of passing.

Keep a “hot list”

As you work through the study material, keep a list of topics you feel are key, unusually convoluted, or require memorization, such as security, click paths through Setup, Builder, and Workspaces, or application, capabilities, and limits of themes and licenses. Memorize these on exam day so they are fresh in your mind.

Study the question

When reading exam questions, make sure you understand the question. Read it several times. When deciding on answers, use a process of elimination to exclude incorrect ones. Salesforce will include answers with non-existent features or answers that are simply incorrect. They throw curveballs, such as features that are correct but not best practice. Eliminate exogenous answers by focusing on standard Salesforce features that accomplish a task. For example, it is prudent to build an approval using standard Salesforce approvals, rather than develop a custom approval through Flow.

Scrutinize multiple choice answers

Most questions require two or three correct answers out of four or five choices. These questions warrant careful examination. There is no partial credit. The question is correct only if all correct answers are selected. People often pass this exam with a thin margin of success, equal to one or two questions.

Manage exam time

Manage test time to comfortably work through the exam twice. Quickly answer questions you feel confident about. Leave uncertain questions for the second pass. You will learn things by seeing all exam questions. Use “Mark for Review” for problematic questions and the second pass. There are 65 questions. Five are unscored experimental questions. You will not know which ones they are. Passing score is 62%. Exam time is 105 minutes. Use all of it. When you finish, go back and review again. Do not exit the exam early.

Trust your judgement

During your review pass through the exam, be cautious about changing answers. Make changes if you have a good reason. If you studied, you probably know more than you think. Your first choice is likely your best choice. If you feel uncertain about many answers or find yourself making frequent changes you did not study enough.

Book sooner not later

When you start to feel confident with the study material, and you are scoring well on practice exams, book the exam a week in advance. If you have been diligent about studying you are probably better prepared than you feel. A scheduled exam date helps you focus.

Follow the directions

Kryterion will email a confirmation after registering for the exam. Read it carefully. Rules are strict. Follow the instructions. Please remember you accepted a confidentiality agreement with Salesforce when registering for your Admin exam.

Exam strategy posts I found insightful:

Take The Exam Online

During the pandemic, Salesforce and Kryterion make it easy to take a proctored exam at home. I have done this twice and despite logistical hiccups I much prefer it over going to a test center.

After registering for a home proctored exam you will receive exam instructions and directions to install a Kryterion application named Sentinel. You must then run through a sequence of steps to verify connection speed, working camera, proper operation of Sentinel, and audio. Do all this work before exam day. Test everything twice.

On exam day, get connected, set up, tested, verified, and ready at least an hour before exam time. I have taken two of these home proctored exams. Things break. There were connection and setup issues, both times. It got so complicated I felt sure it was part of the certification test. I had to file a ticket online with Kryterion, and then wait. It was agonizing. In the end things worked out well, but it is unnerving and distracting to deal with technical problems just before an exam is supposed to start. Fortunately, people at Kryterion’s helpdesk are kind, helpful, and forgiving if things do not start punctually.

Remember you are watched. Clear your desk. If you move about in your chair or adjust a lamp Kryterion proctors contact you with on-screen messages. It is startling. I wore a propeller hat and Groucho Marx glasses. They gently indicated a tad bit of mild displeasure with that. Pen, paper, or writing material of any kind is prohibited.


Final Thoughts

This article is long! It cites many learning resources but these are necessary as the exam is also long and hard. I followed what has become a standard strategy to get ready, and it seems to work:

  1. Start with the official exam guide, Trailhead, and a good book to get an overview of the test and key topics.
  2. Study all exam topics. Use a healthy mix of different learning resources: Trailhead, developer org, official documentation, text book, instructional video, articles, and practice exams.
  3. Finally, use practice exams to gauge when and whether you are ready.

There are many study resources available to aspiring Experience Cloud consultants. This article is written to help you find the good ones. I hope it helps. If you have comments or questions please let me know.

The Author

Dave Ge

11x certified Salesforce Administrator living in Redwood City, California


    October 17, 2016 3:28 pm
    I took the beta of this humdinger and passed! I have my notes if you like I can share them. Thanks for the great post.
    October 17, 2016 4:19 pm
    That would be awsome. I need to take that certification too ^^
    Ben McCarthy
    October 17, 2016 4:35 pm
    Hi Steven, feel free to email me on ben@salesforceben.com and we can see how I can include them in this post or possibly an additional one?
    Sudipta Deb
    October 17, 2016 9:28 pm
    Hi Steven, Can you please share the notes with me as well? My email ID: sudipta.deb@gmail.com. Hi Ben, Thanks for sharing the information. It is definitely helpful. Regards, Sudipta
    October 18, 2016 6:57 am
    Hi Ben, Your Salesforce Study guide link leads not to the guide itself, but to the website. YouTube video - seriously? Do you really think that video will help to pass the exam?)) Trailhead badges - they are good just to get the idea what is community and how it works. I didn't even open all other links. I like your blog, I really do, it helped me a lot in my Salesforce journey. But this blog post was posted just to get the audience and traffic, I guess. Best wishes,
    Ben McCarthy
    October 18, 2016 7:53 am
    Hi Marina, Sorry you feel this way but this is actually written by someone who has successfully completed the exam and is just trying to impart knowledge onto others. As in every single blog post on this site, it is essentially opinion and therefore isn't going to work for everyone. Do you have any other suggestions with how others can learn communities? Thanks, Ben
    Tanuja Jeedigunta
    October 18, 2016 4:26 pm
    Hi Steven Planning to take this certification. Mind sharing your notes with me as well? My email tanuja@volution.mobi Thanks Tanuja
    October 18, 2016 6:41 pm
    Steven-would love to see your notes is you don't mind sharing. Looking to take this exam next!
    October 19, 2016 6:28 am
    Hi Ben, Thanks for your reply. I suppose that reading Getting Started With Communities pdf and Using Templates to Build Communities pdf can help. However, the best way to learn communities is to work with them a lot. Experience is a key to getting that certification. This is my opinion. Thanks again for you blog, Regards, Marina
    October 21, 2016 3:27 pm
    I'd be interested in the notes as well. kciandella@gmail.com
    Bhaskar Vashishtha
    October 24, 2016 10:12 am
    Hi Steven, Hope you are doing good ! Would you mind sharing your Notes/material you prepared for Community Cloud Consultant examination on my email address bhaskar.ce.87@gmail.com. Cheers, Bhaskar
    October 28, 2016 7:06 pm
    HI Steven, I too would love to check out your notes as this is the next cert i plan on attempting.
    Kameliya krastanova
    November 02, 2016 3:23 pm
    Hi Steven, would you share me your notes at kami.krastanova@next-consult.com if you don`t mind. Thanks a lot in advance. Regards, K
    November 03, 2016 6:20 pm
    Steven, if you could be so kind as to send me your notes as well. Kruse.Justin@ymail.com Thanks!
    November 03, 2016 9:45 pm
    Hi Marina. I wrote this article as Ben asked for someone to write an article on the new certification. I had recently taken and passed the cert and this were the steps I followed. It might not work for everyone but worked for me. These were literally the steps I took. What is wrong with watching a YouTube video to see how communities can be used? I am a massive fan of Trailhead and this way of learning works for me but again each to their own. What do you feel was missing?
    November 16, 2016 3:54 pm
    Hi Steven, Could you please share the notes at smilechy@163.com ? Thank you very much.
    November 19, 2016 2:30 pm
    Hi Steven, Hope you are doing good ! Would you mind sharing your Notes/material you prepared for Community Cloud Consultant examination on my email address gsyadav19@gmail.com. Regards, Ghanshyam
    November 20, 2016 4:17 am
    Great inigths! That's the answer we've been looking for.
    Raj Bhatt
    November 21, 2016 8:34 pm
    Steven, I'd be really thankful if you could send me your notes as well! raj@rajbhatt.com
    November 24, 2016 12:31 am
    Hi Steven I'd be very happy to get your notes for this cert. jonathanbernd@gmail.com Thanks
    November 30, 2016 6:16 am
    Hi Steven Planning to take this certification. Please share your notes on my email sanjeevsoran@gmail.com Thanks Sanjeev
    December 01, 2016 6:52 am
    Hi Steven I would be very happy to get your notes for this cert. ppmishra89@outlook.com Thanks
    December 06, 2016 11:31 pm
    Hi Steve, Could you please share your notes. bono@abuelnour.com
    Tanzy Wallace
    December 07, 2016 11:57 pm
    Hi Steven, If you still have them I'd love to review the notes. Tanzy
    December 12, 2016 1:59 pm
    I’m interested in the notes. Cloud you please share your notes seektree@gmail.com Thank you very much
    December 19, 2016 8:07 am
    Hi Steven I'd love to review your notes as I'm trying to pass this exam with about 6 month of hands-on experience in communities. markus.schormann@web.de Thanks best regards
    December 22, 2016 2:21 pm
    Hi Steven, I’d love to review your notes for this certification. If you could be so kind as to send me your notes as well. sara.elalaoui92@gmail.com Thanks!
    Harsh K
    December 26, 2016 5:25 pm
    Hi Steven, Very glad to read this blog post as I am considering studying for the Community Cloud Exam. Could you please share your notes with me: eharshk@gmail.com. I appreciate your help and this blog post from Ben! -Thanks Harsh
    December 28, 2016 6:47 am
    Hi Steven, would you share me your notes at vaishalimankar22@gmail.com if you don`t mind. Thanks a lot in advance. Regards, Vaishali
    December 29, 2016 12:05 am
    Hi there - I passed today, and just wanted to say THANK YOU for the resources here. Your article was instrumental to my grade. Tips for everyone: Follow his article to the letter, and follow along everything in your dev org. The exam was tough but fair. The practice exam on this site is a good measuring stick to see if you are on the right path - definitely know the WHY of the anwers. If you try to memorize and not understand the mechanics behind things, you will fail. Thanks again guys.
    Ben McCarthy
    December 29, 2016 11:58 am
    Thanks for the feedback! I'm yet to do my community cloud cert, but its one of my favourite products so I need to follow Richard's advice soon!
    January 16, 2017 6:40 pm
    Hi Steven I’d be very happy to get your notes for this cert. lgm00011@gmail.com Thanks
    January 23, 2017 9:17 pm
    Hi Steven Planning to take this certification. Can you please share the notes on stan_lib2003@yahoo.com Thanks San
    Vidya Iyer
    January 24, 2017 9:25 pm
    Hi Steven, I plan on taking this certification. Can you please share the notes vsiyer13@gmail.com Thanks, Vidya.
    Aishwarya Kumar
    January 27, 2017 9:48 am
    Hi Steven, I plan on taking this certification. Can you please share the notes aishwaryakumar232@gmail.com Thanks in advance
    SFDC Geek
    January 30, 2017 5:37 am
    Hi Steven, Could you please share the notes on sfdcgeeek@gmail.com . Thanks
    February 09, 2017 5:31 pm
    Hi Steven, I plan on taking this certification. Can you please share the notes piyush.pandya@gmail.com? Thanks, Piyush.
    February 10, 2017 2:31 pm
    Hi Steven , I am planning to take certification, please share your notes to earthian2013@gmail.com Thanks, Naveen
    Marcos Borges
    February 15, 2017 2:18 pm
    Hi Steven, I think that your notes are now something similar to gold =) Could you please share with me too your notes marcosfelipeborges@gmail.com? Thank you brother!
    February 17, 2017 9:36 pm
    Hi Everyone, If anyone have received any Notes, please share with me at: vsri.sfdc@gmail.com Thanks in Advance! Sam
    SFDC 201
    March 09, 2017 5:29 pm
    Recently cleared Community cloud exam and i felt it was one of the easiest Salesforce exam. for details email me rakesh.sdna@gmail.com
    March 16, 2017 4:05 pm
    Hi Ben, Could you share your note with me ? Thanks a lot ! Cheers, MAtthias
    Brandon Tuitasi
    March 20, 2017 1:08 pm
    Can anyone please share the notes with me as well @ brandontuitasi@gmail.com Thanks Guys! Brandon
    Ambar Verma
    April 09, 2017 12:18 pm
    Hello All, Please can someone circulate the notes to me as well @ averma82@gmail.com? Planning to take the exam pretty soon. Thanks in advance. Ambar
    Medhanie Habte
    April 17, 2017 12:23 am
    Hi Ben, I'd like to receive notes as well. I'm at habte.medhanie@gmail.com. Hope it helps,
    Maarten de Groot
    April 21, 2017 2:43 pm
    Hi, please share to maartensebastiaan@hotmail.com ;-) Thanks so much!
    Nirdesh Bhatt
    April 24, 2017 8:49 am
    Hi Guys, If anyone has received any Notes or Materials, please share with me at: nirdesh.bhatt257@gmail.com It's very Urgent for me guys Please send me ASAP. Thanks in Advance! Nirdesh Bhatt.
    May 02, 2017 9:19 am
    Hi, please share to sfdcsusan@gmail.com Thanks so much for advance :) Susan Grayham.
    May 09, 2017 1:45 am
    Hi, please share to ernesto.g.hernandez@gmail.com Thank you in advance, Ernesto
    Abhishek Pande
    May 14, 2017 2:35 pm
    please can you share notes with me : abhishekpande.ahd@gmail.com
    May 14, 2017 5:45 pm
    Hi, Would you share me your notes at sarak75@gmail.com if you don`t mind. Thanks a lot in advance. Regards, Saravanan
    June 12, 2017 8:54 pm
    Hi, I'm planning to take the exam this week. Can anyone please share the notes with me at rajmkante@gmail.com Thanks a lot in Advance! Raja
    Andrew Smittle
    June 13, 2017 2:14 pm
    Hey Ben, Were these notes ever posted or shared? If you could share them with me at andrew.m.smittle@gmail.com that would be great! Thank you.
    June 14, 2017 1:45 am
    Hey Ben, Please share with me as well at vanitaasija@gmail.com. Thanks Ben.
    June 14, 2017 1:47 am
    Hey Ben, Please share with me as well at vanitaasija@gmail.com Thanks
    July 09, 2017 1:03 am
    Hi Ben Please share the notes
    July 19, 2017 5:53 am
    Hi Richard....THANK YOU for sharing all of this guidance and knowledge! Beyond the YouTube video and the Trailhead badges (if you are a beginner, very useful), you provided excellent resources and are right on with what the content of the test entails. I just took the exam yesterday and everything you provided is definitely included. I would like to add that Sharing Sets, Community Visibility, Roles, and Hierarchy are also topics to include as well as sales based scenarios. I think the exam has gotten even more difficult as the questions are all scenario based (with 3 -5 scenarios in each question) AND they require 3 answers on the majority of the questions. It also seemed that the verbiage was cryptic. I am used to seeing Salesforce lingo and the words used meant the same thing as the Salesforce lingo, but it was confusing. I was also not allowed pen and paper during the exam. The 90 minutes FLEW by...
    July 19, 2017 2:00 pm
    I'd also like these notes- I'm looking to take this exam in the near future. besievert@gmail.com
    July 27, 2017 11:59 am
    Hi Ben, Could you please share with me as well the Study material for the Exam apart from these videos and links on arpitjain0307@gmail.com.
    papia dhar
    August 18, 2017 11:54 am
    Hi Ben, Can yo please share the details with me it.papia@gmail.com
    August 23, 2017 5:26 am
    Hi Everyone, Can you please share the notes at divyam.484@gmail.com.Its pretty urgent. Thanks in advance !!
    Ugochukwu Osuji
    September 06, 2017 2:08 pm
    Please can I get some of the notes, I intend to write the exam within the next two weeks, Thanks
    Prashanthi Laha
    September 07, 2017 8:38 pm
    Hi Ben, Please share the notes at sristih@gmail.com Thank you
    Elizabeth C
    October 01, 2017 10:48 pm
    Hi Ben, Would you be so kind to share your notes with me? I plan to take the exam during Dreamforce 2017. Thank you! elizabeth.cruzz@gmail.com
    Bonnie S Zimmerman
    October 04, 2017 12:04 am
    Steven, If you would be so kind as to share your notes with me? I'm taking my exam at Dreamforce and would really like to start off on a very positive note. Thanks, Bonnie Bszimmerman25@gmail.com
    Leah Conn
    October 04, 2017 8:56 pm
    Hi Steven, would you be able to share the notes with me? Email: leahmarieconn@gmail.com Thanks Much!!
    Nirdesh Bhatt
    October 24, 2017 7:47 am
    HI Steven, Can you please send me notes, I will plan to give an exam on next week. email id: nirdesh.bhatt257@gmail.com
    Ade Bakare
    November 24, 2017 1:51 am
    The most requested Notes in the world ! Ben, Steven can you forward them to adebakare99@gmail.com? My CEO has just "instructed" me to take that cert in the New Year. No pressure, lol. Thanks in advance...
    Vasile Fana
    December 04, 2017 2:56 pm
    Hi Steven, I hope you are well. I'm planning to take this exam and any help or advise will be great! Also, I hope you don't mind sharing with me your notes. My email is vaseafana@gmail.com Many thanks, Vasile
    Diane Elkhoury
    December 18, 2017 9:04 pm
    Please could you forward the notes to me - many thanks!
    January 18, 2018 3:01 am
    Hello Steven Could you please send your notes at gauravbt @ gmail.com .
    January 31, 2018 7:45 pm
    Hello Steve, seems you've taken the text roughly a year and a few months ago. I am unsure how much difference there has been within SF then and now. I would love to have your notes to compare with what I have. I will be taking my certification within two weeks and all the material I am able to gather is greatly appreciated. If you may email me at Dianaabarca2@gmail.com Thank you in advance!
    February 08, 2018 4:46 am
    Hi Steven, Kindly share the said notes. My email is nowusman@gmail.com. Bundle of thanks in anticipation.
    Rodney Henson
    March 02, 2018 5:45 am
    Ben, would love to see the notes as well. rodneyhenson@hotmail.com
    March 17, 2018 2:25 am
    The inkling link is not working, instead download from this direct link http://certification.salesforce.com/RG_CommunitiesArchitecture.pdf Also, check this out on trailhead https://trailhead.salesforce.com/en/users/00550000006yDdKAAU/trailmixes/architect-communities-architecture
    May 25, 2018 2:04 pm
    Hello Steven: Could you please share the notes with me at msk.pro@outlook.com. Thanks in Advance.
    Tom Halligan
    July 30, 2018 7:57 pm
    I feel terrible asking but if someone can send the notes to halligan.tom@gmail.com thanks
    Devang Shah
    October 08, 2018 8:13 pm
    Hi Steven, Can you please share the notes with me as well? My email ID: devang,shah1974@gmail.com Regards Deva
    December 09, 2018 5:29 am
    HI Steven, I know this comment is a bit late, but can you share the notes to my gmail id rkmohan82@gmail.com.
    March 12, 2019 8:22 pm
    Hi, Please can you share your notes makambj@gmail.com. It would be of much help. Thank you Jyothi
    Jim Coughenour
    March 22, 2019 3:19 pm
    Hi there, thanks for the post. I would also like a link to Steven's notes - and any tips if you know how exam has evolved. Thanks! My email is jcoughenour@salesforce.com
    June 16, 2019 3:02 am
    Hi I am planning to give my Community exam in the early June. Can you share your notes to joshikabmg@gmail.com Thanks, Jo
    Frances Annette Tarabini
    July 09, 2019 3:59 pm
    Hi Steven- also getting ready to take this certification and would love to see your notes since you are willing to share- tarabini1@sbcglobal.net Thanks!
    Christian Tober
    July 13, 2019 6:28 am
    Hi Ben, Steven, I am planning to do the certification as well and would be happy to receive your notes as well to: tober.christian@gmail.com Thank you very much. Christian
    August 12, 2019 4:01 pm
    Hi please send the notes to markus.schormann@peakpeak.de Thank you very much in advance.
    June 15, 2020 10:03 pm
    Hi Ben, Steven, I am planning to do the certification as well and would be happy to receive your notes as well to: cuttyv123@yahoo.com Thank you very much. Cutty
    July 03, 2020 1:17 pm
    Hello, everyone, I am also planning to take the exam and would be very grateful if someone could provide me with the notes. (flowehrspann@web.de) Kind regards Florian
    Geoff Rogers
    October 15, 2020 11:00 pm
    Hey Steven - I'm just seeing your post in October 2020. If you see this, could you please share your notes with me? I am preparing for the Community Cloud Consultant Certification in the coming months. Thanks! geoffevanrogers@gmail.com
    January 04, 2021 7:06 pm
    Hi Ben, Steven, I am planning to do the certification as well and would be happy to receive your notes as well to: busalameh@yahoo.com Thank you very much. Buthainah
    Dan - A2B Nexus
    February 24, 2021 5:02 pm
    Hi All, Just a quick post to let you all know that I also have a Udemy course that covers the Salesforce Experience Cloud (the new name for the Community Cloud). If you follow me on LinkedIn at https://www.linkedin.com/in/danangiu/ or Twitter at @a2bnexus I post free enrollment codes (100% discount) once a month. If you want more info, the link to the course is: https://www.udemy.com/course/salesforce-experience-aka-community-cloud-complete-guide/?referralCode=37403D1D1324D5627A17 Many thanks to Ben and his team for allowing me to post the link to the course here. Dan
    Geoge Piumatti
    April 12, 2021 2:17 pm
    The link on this page to the Salesforce Ben exam for Community Cloud does not work,can that be fixed please?
    Christine Marshall
    April 13, 2021 10:35 am
    Hi Geoge, We are working on a new practice exam for the Community Cloud Consultant exam. In the meantime I've removed the link! Best, Christine
    Kratika Gupta
    May 16, 2021 8:04 am
    Hi Steven, please share the notes on my id kratikagupta65@gmail.com i will be thankful
    Rasan Amintha
    August 04, 2021 4:00 pm
    Hi How do I access the exams is it still not up yet?
    Christine Marshall
    August 05, 2021 10:52 am
    Hi Rasan, I'm afraid it's not ready yet but we will update the article when it is. Best, Christine
    Saket Kumar
    January 08, 2022 7:18 am
    Hi Steven, Hope you are doing well. Could you please share the notes with me? I am preparing for the certification. Email - sakets1909@gmail.com Thanks, Saket

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