9 Salesforce Memes to Make You Smile
Here at Salesforce Ben, we all appreciate the ‘power of memes’ – as they say, a picture paints a thousand words, and pairing an iconic image with a witty caption can really hit the spot!
We dipped a toe into the world of memes earlier this year, and now we’re hooked! From The Simpsons to The Office, there are infinite opportunities to apply pop culture to the Salesforce ecosystem – just a little lighthearted fun to connect with the community on those important topics. Let’s take a look at our top nine… so far!
1. Go With the Flow
It’s been coming for a while, but it will still be a shock to the system when Workflow Rules and Process Builder retire later this year. Are you ready?
2. Dreamforce Is Coming
In the Salesforce ecosystem, autumn (fall) means one thing: Dreamforce. While this event is always a lot of fun, we’re sure that everyone’s LinkedIn feeds were littered with Dreamforce updates. Take cover, and don’t forget to sign up for Dreamforce ‘23 while you’re at it!
3. The Aftermath
And for those who attended Dreamforce ‘22 in person, some much-needed rest and relaxation, tucked up in bed with the latest swag. The smartest attendees will have booked a holiday for the following week to optimize recovery!
4. Salesforce Brain
Is it just us, or is a lot of our mental capacity taken up by Salesforce, Trailhead, and swag?
5. Did I Mention…?
“Just one last thing…” – ever seen your friends’ eyes start to glaze over mid-conversation? You know you’re talking just a little too much about the latest Salesforce updates but you just… can’t… stop!
6. Cloud Control
There are rather a lot of clouds to keep track of in the world of Salesforce. Have your umbrella handy, because here comes the rain!
7. Enter the Spiderverse
Wait, who? Salesforce is no stranger to renaming its functionality. Here’s a classic example of identity crisis – when Wave became Einstein Analytics, only to be renamed CRM Analytics a few years later.
Nice costume upgrade, Spidey!
8. Documentation… Anyone?
Documentation can often be an afterthought – a seemingly tedious and time-consuming task that gets neglected. But a lack of clear and concise documentation can lead to all sorts of issues in your org.
Context, impact analysis, best practice… you’re on your own, Senator!
9. Workflow Rules
Get ready to say your goodbyes as our old “partner” heads out to the horizon. Truly the end of an era!
We hope you’ve been enjoying our memes – there’s more to come, so keep an eye on our LinkedIn page for updates. Which is your favorite so far? Better yet, any ideas for our next picture to paint a thousand words?
I love these The office one is the best! Automation to flow is a real deal! We have been working with many customers to help them augment this task.
The most important part is the documentation of your current automation. Our dev team actually likes to do this. We document each automation and what it does, and then propose an object-based automation strategy to flow. It is a great way to get ahead of documentation and future scalable automation in flow.
For those who need some help with flow, it is best to have someone build an existing automation in flow so you can see it in action. Then the dots usually start to connect.