Take Your Tasks from Desktop to Mobile
Keep on top of your tasks with the Salesforce1 app for phones and tablets.
Accounts and Contacts on the Go
Combine desktop and mobile data with the Salesforce1 app for phones and tablets.
How to Manage
Leads and Opportunities
Learn how Salesforce can help you track your leads and opportunities through the sales funnel, and automatically incorporates updates into management forecasts.
What: Permission Sets
Learn how to give users additional permissions and access settings without changing profiles.
Release Management: Overview
Learn how to use Force.com point-and-click tools, a developer sandbox, and change sets to manage releases for your organization.
Release Management: Developing and Testing on Sandbox
Learn about the four types of sandboxes that Salesforce provides, and discover how to create sandboxes to develop and test your applications.
Release Management: Deploying Changes
Using Change Sets
Learn how to use change sets to move configuration changes, such as applications, objects, and permission sets, between your organizations.
Trust and Compliance Documentation
Tip Sheets and Implementation Guides
- There’s a new guide for Service Communities! Build Your Own Self-Service Community shows you how to build a self-service community that uses Chatter Answers, Ideas, and Salesforce Knowledge to help customers help themselves.
- Setting Up Orders for Your Organization contains information about implementing Orders.
- Use the Salesforce Files Sync Implementation Guide to enable Salesforce Files Sync for your organization and users. Salesforce Files Sync lets your users securely store, sync, and share files between Chatter, their desktops, and mobile devices.
- The Place Order REST API is now generally available, supported by the new Place Order REST API Developer’s Guide (PDF | HTML). The Place Order REST API allows developers to integrate order placement with third-party applications. This guide provides a comprehensive reference of the REST API resources that are available to Salesforce developers.
The HTML format of the Force.com Apex Code
Developer’s Guide has been updated to improve user experience. This update builds on the changes to Apex class
topics that were introduced in Winter ’14. This update addresses
issues with navigation in the HTML version.
Apex class topics in the Reference section have been merged to provide a single page for each class. Each class topic contains descriptions of all its methods. The method summary is presented in a single list in one class, which enables faster scanning of methods. You can still obtain the static and instance information from the method signature in each method description. In addition, unnecessary sections have been removed from some method descriptions to make the Reference section more compact in the HTML and PDF versions of the guide.
As a result of this restructuring, URLs of method topics changed, and you might have to update your bookmarks. If you get 404 Not Found errors in your browser, it might be because topics with outdated URLs are being accessed from your browser’s cache. To avoid receiving these errors, clear your browser’s cache from your browsing history.
- The Service Cloud Workbook includes new tutorials on setting up Communities, Case Feed, and Open CTI. The workbook shows you how to deliver multi-channel support to your customers.