Yesterday, I happened to catch episode 4 of Music’s Cool w/Chilly Gonzales on Beats 1.(Yes, I chose Apple Music over Spotify, and I love it.) As a former oboe player who spent hours upon hours playing, practicing, and studying music during high school and college (including two summers at band camp), I was immediately taken with this intricate dive into the music of Lana Del Ray. I especially enjoyed the comparisons and similarities drawn between her melodies and other popular music throughout history. Can’t wait to catch up on the first three episodes Music’s Cool, and listen to the next few through the end of the year!
Just checking in. It’s been awhile. The world may be going to hell in a handbasket. Or maybe it isn’t. Either way, I’m just hanging out, trying to stay cool (literally), starting a coworking space, and trying to squeeze in the beach days, the bike rides, and the boat drinks whenever I can. Life is busy, but things are good. Cheers. 🙂
All I do is work and answer questions about Salesforce, so I’m just going to answer some here.
Here is the fastest way I can think of to add business card contacts to Salesforce.
What you’ll need:
1. Open Evernote and use the camera to scan the business card. (Evernote will recognize it’s a business card — you don’t even need to click the button.)
2. Save the business card in Evernote, tap the “…” button, and tap, “Add to contacts.”
3. Open Salesforce1.
4. Tap on “Contacts”.
5. Tap the “New” button.
6. Tap the “Import from Device” button.
7. Find and tap on the contact you just saved.
8. Populate the Account and any other fields required by your particular company.
9. Click “Save.”
10. Extra points if you then quickly log a call and use the talk-to-text feature on your phone to make some notes about where you met this person.