The Philadelphia Salesforce User group is the official user group in Philadelphia, that hosts regular presentations for end-users, Salesforce administrators, and developers. Topics range from Salesforce.com products to products on the AppExchange to different implementation solutions. Typical meetings take place in Center City Philadelphia, where everyone learns a thing or two, has a few laughs, and meets some members of the community. For more information check us out at http://www.meetup.com/Salesforce-Philly/ or email us at Philadelphia@salesforceusergroups.com
This month, the group will kick off Spring with a training on flows and advanced flow techniques. Salesforce MVP and Community Legend Jeff May will run a hands on training where you'll learn how to use a Flow to automate a business process in your org. We will define a use case that can be addressed using a flow, then work together to design and build the flow.
Feel free to bring your laptop so you can build the flow as well, or watch Jeff build the flows instead.
Recommended Trailhead Modules:
Flow Basics: https://trailhead.salesforce.com/content/learn/modules/flow-basics?trail_id=automate_business_processes
Build a Simple Flow: https://trailhead.salesforce.com/content/learn/projects/build-a-simple-flow?trail_id=automate_business_processes
6:00-6:30- Networking with pizza
6:30 - 7:30 Flows with Jeff
Parking- There's plenty of parking in the attached parking lot!
We are always looking for members who would like to present - either a "full" talk (30-45 minutes) or a Flash talk. A Flash talk takes just 5 minutes or so and can be on nearly anything Salesforce related - a great AppExchange product you have used, how you solved a problem, tips for doing something more efficiently, advice on design- pretty much whatever you want to share with the Salesforce community. Don't be shy! We're a friendly bunch!
The meeting is at a new location this month, at the Slalom offices. It's next to Suburban Station at 18th and Arch. If you're driving in, here are the recommended garages
Logan Square Parking Ramp
Next door to our building with entrances on both Cherry and Arch Street
Parkway –outdoor parking
1901 Arch and 1919 Arch
Around the corner
On street parking throughout Logan Square neighborhood