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INSPIRED TOGETHER THE EXTHE EXCHANGE CHANGE SPRING 2020SPRING 2020 Check out Jessie’s apps and more Salesforce Labs solutions on AppExchange. TELL US ABOUT YOUR SALESFORCE HISTORY AND JOURNEY. I started as a Salesforce also-admin at a small youth development nonprofit in 2011. I’ve consulted at a university, was an admin at a corporation, and I co-led the Seattle Nonprofit Trailblazer Community Group. About two years ago, I joined Salesforce.org. CAN YOU TELL US ABOUT THE LABS SOLUTIONS YOU BUILT? Process Automation Tracker helps administrators measure how frequently their automation is running, and measures their ROI on building automated solutions. Quick Close Opps is a flow template that loops through all open opportunities on an account and closes them so you don’t have to individually update them. Flow Error Handling helps admins quickly see where an error occurred in a flow. Unsubscribe Link gives you a way to unsubscribe from emails sent directly from Salesforce. WHY DID YOU DECIDE TO PUBLISH THESE ON I posted the first version of Process Automation Tracker on my blog, HOW 1 EMPLOYEE APPEXCHANGE? which was shared by the Admin Digest. Salesforce Labs Evangelist, Sharon Klardie, read about it and encouraged me to submit to BUILT 4 LABS APPS Salesforce Labs. I would never have thought of it myself, because I thought it was just for people who write code. In 2019, Jessie Rymph, a Success Content Specialist AND NOW YOU KNOW! IS THAT WHAT MADE YOU When I was working on my first app, a flow template contest started. on the Customer Adoption team at Salesforce.org, built DEVELOP FOUR? I had to submit. So I created Flow Error Handling and Quick Close four of the 70 new Salesforce Labs solutions launched. Opps. Impressive! We sat down with her to get the full story. I had already created Unsubscribe Link as an unmanaged package when I gave a webinar on sending email through Salesforce ( watch the latest version here). SO, WHAT’S NEXT FOR YOU? RAD Women. I’m excited to make I am learning how to code, thanks to improvements to my existing apps, and have more flexibility for what I build in the future. 23

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