1 Mention the ways to share a record?
In Salesforce, there are 5 ways we can share records
3 What are the different Salesforce editions?
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Q2 Explain Einstein intelligence.
Einstein intelligence is built on data. The more data Einstein has, the more powerful the predictions are. Though not everyone has enough data to build a predictive model. So, to present meaningful results, Salesforce builds global predictive models for all customers. Global models look for aggregate, anonymous trends across many Salesforce customers.
What is a Public Group?
Public Groups are similar to Roles what Permission Sets are to Profiles. An Administrator can create ad hoc groups of users (naming them individually or by Roles) to be able to share records to them.
A common use case is to share records to users of a similar level, say Directors. As there are probably Directors spread throughout the organization, they aren’t likely to be under each other in the Role hierarchy, but an Admin could create a Public Group with all of the Director Roles in it and share records to the group.
Queues are similar to Public Groups in that they are bespoke groupings of users (named individually or via Roles), but they are used Queues are similar to public groups in that they are bespoke groupings of users (named individually or via roles), but they are used for record ownership rather than sharing rules. The classic use is for Cases – where you’d want to assign an open one to a team of people so that whoever is available first handles it. Queues are available on all custom objects and many standard objects.
Q1 Explain the Salesforce security feature?
The Salesforce security feature helps in empowering the users to do their jobs with safety and efficiency. Salesforce limits the data exposure to the users that act on it. Implementation of security controls is appropriate for the sensitivity of data.
What is Database.com?
Database.com is a type of service provided by Salesforce.com to enhance the power of Salesforce.com CRM applications. Database.com provides “Data as a Service” to subscribers.