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Validation rules can reference custom permissions and custom permissions can be assigned to permission sets so, a rule could look like $Permission.Owner_Change_Restricted where Owner_Change_Restricted is a custom permission assigned to a permission set possessed by some users Personally, I prefer to make my permissions named something positive, so the ...


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You can truncate custom objects in Salesforce using an internal feature called "Truncate". This feature is only available in classic. Few things you need to keep in mind - The truncate operation will fail if - There is any reference to other objects through lookup or master-detail relationships. The object is referenced in reporting snapshots. The ...


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There's no way to do this without some code. The only two things you can email to are cases (Email to Case) and tasks (Email to Salesforce). While you could conceptually use one of these, long text areas don't play well with formulas and flows. Code is the most reasonable way to parse emails. You could save some trouble by using Email to Salesforce, but you'...


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You could also try to populate first the field with a look up relationship Then change the field to master-detail


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