C. Forecast category
D. Lead source
A. Formula field
C. Roll -up summary field
A. Two profiles, one record type, two page layouts.
B. One profile, one record type, one page layout.
C. One profile, two record types, one page layout.
D. Two profiles, two record types, two page layouts.
A. Unlisted Group
B. Private Group
C. Member Group
D. Public Group
A. Include a column in the import file that has either record names, Salesforce IDs, or external IDs that can be used to match records.
B. After importing all of the custom objects, review all records created and manually merge or delete any duplicate records.
C. After importing all of the custom objects, run a duplicate check report, export the report to a CSV file, and run a mass delete to purge any duplicates.
D. When importing the file, select the "Prevent Duplicates" option on the last step of the Import Wizard and import the file.
A. Create a global action on Account.
B. Create predefined values for most of the fields.
C. Create a feedback object as a parent of Account.
D. Create an object-specific action on Account.
A. Scheduled Apex
B. Lightning Process Builder
C. Visual workflow
D. Escalation rules
A. Assigning a user a Permission Set that allows for Read and Edit access to an object.
B. Assigning a user a Public Group that allows for Read and Edit access to an object.
C. Assigning a user a Role that allows Read access to an object.
D. Assigning a user a Profile that allows Read access to an object.
A. Visualforce pages on a field set have attributes for width and height.
B. Visualforce pages can be placed anywhere in a page layout.
C. Visualforce pages on a page layout have attributes for width and height.
D. Visualforce pages can only be placed in the Visualforce section in a page layout.
A. A summary report on the Opportunity object.
B. A tabular report on the Account object.
C. A summary report on the Account object.
D. A tabular report on the Opportunity object.
A. Workflow rules trigger validation rules on field updates.
B. Cross-object workflow rules result in re-evaluation after field change.
C. A recursive loop potentially results in exceeding organizational limits.
D. Workflow rules trigger more workflow rules to be re-evaluated.
A. Research and evaluate products available on AppExchange to send mass emails.
B. Download all Contacts to a CSV file and use an email client to send the emails.
C. Request Salesforce increase the number of maximum daily emails.
D. Develop Apex code and Visualforce pages to send the emails.
A. The record owner and the Global Marketing public group.
B. The record owner and anyone above the owner in the role hierarchy.
C. The Global Marketing public group, the record owner, and anyone above the owner in the role hierarchy.
D. The Global Marketing public group and anyone above the owner in the role hierarchy.
A. Users can convert leads that are associated with an active approval process.
B. Administrators may choose whether to enforce validation rules and triggers.
C. The Lead's most recent campaign record is automatically applied to the "Primary Campaign Source" field on the opportunity.
D. The system automatically maps standard lead fields to standard account, contact, and opportunity fields.
E. Multi-select picklist values on Lead records overwrite values on the Contact's corresponding field.
A. To create new Lookup or Master-Detail object relationships.
B. To update descriptions of standard and custom objects.
C. To modify custom field help text on standard objects.
D. To enable Field History Tracking on standard objects.
A. The person who created the Unmanaged package can change or upgrade installed components.
B. A namespace is not required to create an unmanaged package.
C. The person who created the Unmanaged package has no control over the installed components.
D. A namespace is required to create an Unmanaged package.
A. Workflow rule
B. Roll-up summary field
C. Process Builder
D. Apex code
A. Create a workflow rule on the User object to assign a permission set.
B. Create a Flow on the User object to assign a permission set.
C. Create a Lightning Process on the User object to launch a flow.
D. Create an Approval process on the User object to assign a permission set.
A. Navigate to an Apex Trigger to update the current record.
B. Navigate to an external system using data in Salesforce.
C. Navigate to a process to update the current record.
D. Navigate to a create a record page with fields pre-populated.
E. Navigate to a custom Visual Flow to update the current record.
C. Permission Sets
D. Public Groups
A. The Create action allows a user to select a record type.
B. The Create action can pre-define Contact field values.
C. The Create action will respect validation rules.
D. The Create action will ignore field requirements.
A. Use a private sharing model granting record access using custom settings; manage field access with record types and page layouts.
B. Use a private sharing model granting record access using hierarchy; manage field access with field-level security.
C. Use a private sharing model granting record access using hierarchy; manage field access with record types and field-level security.
D. Use a Use a private sharing model granting record access using custom settings; manage field access with page layouts and field-level security.
A. Create a validation rule using a Not Equal operator.
B. Create a validation rule using the GEOLOCATION() function.
C. Create a validation rule using the DISTANCE() function.
D. Create a validation rule using a Compare operator.