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From the Salesforce.com Help Docs Newly created sandboxes have the default email deliverability setting System email only.To configure email deliverability settings, in the sandbox organization, click Your Name | Setup | Email Administration | Deliverability. If editable, set the Access level in the Access to Send Email section. You may not be able to ...


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So the issues turns out to be the DML options. In order for e-mails to get sent - even from Assignment Rules, the DML option has to be updated: dmlOpts.EmailHeader.TriggerUserEmail = true; Otherwise it will ignore any email trying to be sent internally that is not called by apex directly.


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There isn't a way to do this yet, but it's something that we want to provide. I encourage you to submit an idea on the IdeaExchange for working with in-app notifications through the API and Apex.


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Congratulations. You found one of the ways that StandardController (and StandardSetController) is broken (at least, for now). I've been trying to get a straight answer about why it's as broken as it is, but that's been very vexing. Quite a few years ago, I stumbled across a particular oddity: StandardController and StandardSetController do not act like DML ...


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You should be able to use lightning:icon in your component, as follows: <lightning:icon iconName="utility:notification" /> This is also in the standard SLDS library if you're using the static resource version of SLDS, located under utility/notification.png or the svg version at /assets/icons/utility-sprite/svg/symbols.svg#notification


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There is no such field in API available as of now. Also you will not be able to achieve this with the help of workflows since for the TASK object even in workflow the email alert option is not available. The probable approach according to me is to write down a trigger on the task object to send an email to the assigned user. refer to this link for ...


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The subscriber-customizable version of this feature is called In-App Guidance: From Setup in Lightning Experience, enter In-App Guidance in the Quick Find box, and then select In-App Guidance. Click Add Prompts to open the prompt authoring bar in a new browser tab. Navigate to the app and page where you want to place the prompt, and click Add Prompt. A ...


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I think you can do this using a dataloader update on the user object, I'm pretty sure the field you want is "DefaultGroupNotificationFrequency" with the options: Email on each post Daily digests Weekly digests Never


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You need to set DMLOptions like this before inserting the task Task t = new Task(Subject='Follow-up'); Database.DMLOptions dmlo = new Database.DMLOptions(); dmlo.EmailHeader.triggerUserEmail = true; database.insert(t, dmlo);


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I'm hoping I'm wrong on this, but I don't believe the data loader provides support for this, and as far as I know none of the other data loading tools do either. If you're inserting records with APEX or via the API most of the standard notification emails don't get sent. Fortunately for those avenues you can use the DMLOptions config parameter, ...


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This could be a Scheduled Apex Class. It could run once a day, or week, find all the matching Leads, group them by User and email each applicable user with their list of neglected Leads. It will remind them every day/week/whatever for an indefinite period of time until they fix the offending records. This is not a huge amount of work, but if you don't need ...


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UPDATE: Since Winter 17 forceCommunity:notifications https://developer.salesforce.com/docs/atlas.en-us.lightning.meta/lightning/aura_compref_forceCommunity_notifications.htm#! Finally, I found that what I wanted is something like this : MARKUP <span class="counterLabelContainer" aura:id="divNotificationCount"> <span ...


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Yes, you can get the toast information, as it is an application event, and thus propagates to all interested listeners. Here's the code I wrote that demonstrates this: <aura:component implements="flexipage:availableForAllPageTypes"> Toast Processor <aura:handler name="init" value="{!this}" action="{!c.init}" /> <aura:handler ...


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Push notifications are the visual indicators which notifies the users for the latest alerts and changes in the system. Push notifications does not require and refresh in current window/state of the user. The browser polls the system at regular intervals and notifies the user in case of change. This is useful when the user stay on the current page for ...


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No, it's not possible to change that page.


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It depends how often you want them notified. If daily is ok; The best way to activate the users in this situation is to set up a leader board (name and shame) dashboard that is scheduled daily to email to the team. If you are concerned about sharing that data, you could set one up for each user. This will provide a daily reminder to the team who has ...


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We had a similar challenge. When we reassigned a record, we needed to have the new owner receive an email notification AND and mobile notification on their phone (near instantly). Our solution was a Trigger/Flow which would create a Chatter Post on the record on behalf of the user that changed owner, like: @[userName], this lead has just been assigned ...


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Actually, the question is about sending push notification from a Lightning app. The provided link is for native and hybrid mobile apps (not Lightning apps or Lightning pages). To clarify, Lightning framework by itself does NOT provide any support for push notifications. You will need to wrap your Lightning pages into a hybrid application and use an approach ...


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This is actually an idea 'Under Product Team Review' and there seems to be fairly strong support for it so I hope this will be implemented in future as a native feature. The idea is generic so it cover opportunities, leads and other objects as well. Until then, you'll need to rely either on writing an Apex trigger/ flow which detects this change and sends a ...


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According to the documentation, you receive a notification for approval requests or if mentioned in a Chatter posts. You can most likely create a notification by using the process builder to post to Chatter with the user @mentioned


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I agree with amrcn_werewolf. You can go into Setup -> Create -> Workflow & Approvals -> Workflow Rules. Click on New Workflow Rule Choose the Object you want the rule to be associated with (ex: Case Comment) Name the rule and give a description. I tried creating a rule where the field is Case Comment: Published equals True. Click Save and Next Add A ...


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Professional Edition doesn't have workflows or automated emails, so your Send an Email button is the wisest choice. You could make that slightly faster by creating a custom email button that auto-selects the email template.


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Please use INCLUDES() function in the formula for Multi Select picklist fields. INCLUDES(Hobbies__c, "Golf") Please refer the following link for more details : https://help.salesforce.com/apex/HTViewHelpDoc?id=tips_for_using_picklist_formula_fields.htm&language=en_US https://help.salesforce.com/apex/HTViewHelpDoc?id=customize_functions_i_z.htm&...


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BCC & CC is not possible in approver notification email. we have set up an email alert to send additional emails.


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Two possible issues. If you're working in a sandbox it's possible that non-system emails are disabled. Go to System->Email Administration->Deliverability to check this. Second, if the case comments are created via the API or APEX you'll need to ensure the DMLOptions email header is enabled when inserting the new case comment. Failing that you may need to ...


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You could do this with a Home Page Component (narrow) and the Streaming API. Your PushTopic.query would look something like: 'SELECT Id FROM Task WHERE OwnerId = \'' + UserInfo.getUserId() + '\'' Not sure if you want a different lookup field but that's the idea. Whenever your listener picks up an insert, you can kick off whatever popup you want. You ...


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Yes, Yes it is. There are two ways of doing this. First, is to use the Marketing Cloud's JB4A SDK for either Android or IOS. The second is to use the core platform's push notification features. I suspect, since you've not mentioned the Marketing Cloud that you're wanting to use core features. Here's some documentation on how to do that: https://developer....


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There is missing: Messaging.sendEmail(new Messaging.SingleEmailMessage[] { mail }); Unless it is just mistake pasting code this is the issue


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When running data loader from the command line you are running an app that is using the Salesforce API to write data to Salesforce. If you want email notification on failures, the way to do that would then be through the app, or by way of the process that invokes the app (the batch or shell script that invokes the cli). At a high level you would want ...


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You can't get notifications for changes to profiles. However, you can view the Setup Audit Trail to view any changes for the past 180 days. This is generally outlined in Monitor Setup Changes. Setup Audit Trail tracks the recent setup changes that you and other admins have made to your org. Audit history is especially useful in orgs with multiple admins. ...


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