In the first part of the series of blogs on the Field Tracker App, we introduced the features of the app and how it helps Salesforce® users in seamless tracking of field data on a single interface! Apart from this, it helps in resolving issues related to data retention, auditing experience, and operational efficiency. Users can now track over 80 objects and track the ‘user’ and ‘campaign’ objects as well in the latest release.
In this blog, you’ll know the benefits of incorporating it into your workflow for a streamlined experience.
Benefits Availed by Customers
Stack Data Limitlessly
Salesforce® users can now save Field History Tracking for an unlimited period of time! This helps them to keep a track of all the changes made in data in the past, so it releases the steam and helps them unwind knowing that data can be accessed at any point in time and will not face any storage issue because now there are no limits.
Ease of tracking field object changes, as it is all combined on a single view platform. So now, customers can change any field, anytime. Variety of field types tracking available with more objects added for convenience.
Remove the Unnecessary
Now, admins can activate and deactivate tracking easily and also streamline the process to easily discover data redundancy and duplicity with ease with just a few clicks.
The app has gathered 5-star reviews on the Salesforce AppExchange® platform for its ‘Quote Line Tracking’, ‘Field History Tracking’, and ‘User Object Tracking,’ apart from its other new features.
Co-Founder & President at Algoworks, Open-Source | Salesforce | ECM
Pratyush is Co-Founder and President at Algoworks. He is responsible for managing, growing open source technologies team and has spearheaded more than 200 projects in Salesforce CRM alone. He provides consulting and advisory to clients looking for services relating to CRM(Customer Relationship Management) and ECM(Enterprise Content Management). In the past, Pratyush has held consulting roles with various global technology leaders, such as Globallogic & HCL in India. He holds an Engineering graduate degree from Indian Institute of Technology, Roorkee.