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The Salesforce Console is coming to the Service Cloud in the Winter 14 release, providing a developer hook called the Service Cloud Console Integration Toolkit. Join us to learn how to control the UI ...

The Salesforce Console is coming to the Service Cloud in the Winter 14 release, providing a developer hook called the Service Cloud Console Integration Toolkit. Join us to learn how to control the UI with the console using the toolkit, including Console Components, Custom Highlight Panel, Custom Sidebars, and Custom Publishes in Case Feed. After, you'll be able to get started right away with the open source code we used in the examples.

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Customizing the Salesforce Console With the Integration Toolkit Customizing the Salesforce Console With the Integration Toolkit Presentation Transcript

  • Customizing the Salesforce Console with the Integration Toolkit Add a little pow-wow to your Console Andy Mahood, Tquila, Technical Architect @andymahood__c
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  • Andy Mahood Technical Architect at Tquila @andymahood__c Gautam Vasudev Senior Product Manager for Service Cloud at Salesforce.com
  • Agenda Explore the Salesforce Console and how to extend the UI. ▪ Review the Console ▪ Introduce Console Toolkit ▪ Demos ▪ Console Roadmap, past and future ▪ Q&A
  • What is the Salesforce Console?
  • Next Generation Multi Channel Console
  • Split Screen for multi-tasking
  • Split Screen for multi-tasking
  • Records open as tabs and sub-tabs
  • Where are the developer hooks?
  • Custom Console Components in the footer
  • Footer Components can pop out
  • Same-origin policy
  • Even better with Integration Toolkit
  • Even better with Integration Toolkit
  • Even better with Integration Toolkit
  • Even better with Integration Toolkit
  • LETS DIG INTO THE SALESFORCE CONSOLE INTEGRATION TOOLKIT
  • Salesforce Console Integration Toolkit The Toolkit is a Javascript API. <apex:includeScript value="/support/console/28.0/integration.js"/>
  • Toolkits is Asynchronous The Toolkits API is asynchronous. Important when you start building.
  • Types of Methods available to the Toolkit • Interacting with Primary Tabs and Sub tabs • • • Open/Close/Focus Tabs Get ID of record within Tab for Context Interacting with the Console UI • Controlling behavior of component buttons • • • Events, for instance when Primary Tab changes Methods for CTI and Live Agent • • Change Text, Icon, Scroll Text etc. Build custom interfaces for Telephony and Live Agent Push Notifications • Allow List Views and Page Layouts within Console to update dynamically when changes are made in other sessions
  • DEMO TIME
  • Props to the Tquila team • Ivan Almeida • Piotr Czechumski • Liza Romanenko • David Darkins
  • Similar Contacts and Open Cases • Problem • Lots of Duplicate Contacts in the System • Struggle to see Contacts Case History • Solution • Custom Sidebar that finds similar contacts • Lists all their Open and Recent Cases • Allows the Case to be reallocated or new cases created
  • Reminders • Problem • Activities can be assigned to users • Users should live in the Console • Users need to have visibility of their Task list • Solution • List activities with reminders due • Button will highlight when reminders are due as Call to Action • Button will identify the number of reminders due
  • All the sample code on Github github. com/andymahood/SalesforceConsole-Samples
  • Roadmap
  • Feature Recap Console Integration Toolkit Knowledge Component* CTI Tab Components Pinned List Highlights Panel Footer Components Bookmarkable URLs Personalization Push Notifications Lookup Component Custom Logos Recently Used Tabs Canvas Components Live Agent Standard Keyboard Shortcuts Custom Keyboard Shortcuts Interaction Log Home Tab
  • Multi-Components Specify dimensions in % or px Multiple stacking styles Multiple components in a region
  • Multi-Monitor Support Monitor 1 Monitor 2
  • Roadmap Winter ‘14 Turnkey Console Spring ‘14 Turnkey Console (Dreamforce) Summer ’14 Turnkey Console 1. Keyboard Shortcuts Panel 1. Multiple Monitor Support 1. Related List Component 2. IE10 Support 2. Multi-Components 2. Interaction Log Refactor 3. Recent Used Component 3. Knowledge One 4. Canvas App Integration 5. Home Page Tab In Console 1. New Pinned List Component 6. Lookup Component 2. Console Setting Component 7. Push Notification Refactor 3. Next Gen Console Console 8. Open CTI Standby URL 4. UI Themes & Branding Beyond Summer ’15
  • Andy Mahood Gautam Vasudev Technical Architect at Tquila Senior Product Manager for Service Cloud at Salesforce.com @andymahood__c