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Spanning Feed Builder lets administrators, developers, and power users build custom feeds for AppExchange applications (including Salesforce) that store their data in the AppExchange platform.
For more information, visit spanningsalesforce.com/feedbuilder.
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Tracked on July 07, 2006 at 10:38 AM
Wow, it doesn't get any easier than that - nice job keeping it simple. Fyi, I ran into XML recognition issues for both Firefox and the IE add-in for Newsgator, so couldn't quickly subscribe to my generarted feed via either browser - might be worth validating against Newsgator. I still don't see myself pulling data out of Salesforce via RSS on an item-by-item basis (though I do the reverse and pull RSS into Salesforce). I'm guessing I'm not the target market... Chris
July 04, 2006 at 12:08 AM
ugh, need an admin to "install" ... kind of makes it hard to use.
Do you have any feeds for sales managers? Like:
current opportunities for "my team"
basically, all of the leads/contacts/opporunities feeds you offer for individual reps, but for teams?
John Engler |
February 06, 2007 at 01:10 AM
I agree that the requirement for an admin to install AppExchange apps is limiting. There's no charge for Spanning Feed Builder though, so maybe you can sweet-talk your admin into adding it.
The people at Salesforce tell me they're working on making it so users can in stall their own apps. But since that might take a while, I'm looking at how to get around that requirement for Spanning Salesforce v4.0.
Spanning Feed Builder lets you create team feeds like the ones you describe.
Charlie Wood |
February 06, 2007 at 07:46 AM
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