WizardCast – The One With Ninjas – Episode 29
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YoWiz: Using Flow to accept a file
Our question today comes from Paula who asked about if Flow can accept a file to create multiple opportunities on an account. This is a bit of a tricky situation since my reply to Paula bounced due to the inbox being full. Since Brian can’t reply to her by email, we thought we’ll use the podcast.
Paula emailed WizardCast@TheWizardNews.com regarding a youtube training video series I did called “Wizard’s Apprentice.” You can find those videos at http://thewizardnews.com/wizards-apprentice/ and http://bit.ly/wizardapprentice
Salesforce Video of the *Undetermined Amount of Time Until the Next One*
This video gives you a peek at the lobby of the Salesforce building in San Francisco. Completely with a huge video wall showing a water flowing down the wall and over doorways.
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Want to see what happens when you “eat” a sodium cracker? Pure Sodium is very very reactive: