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Salesforce 101 — Lesson #1: Trailhead

Learning Salesforce can feel like a lot, especially if you’ve never used a CRM before. While the platform can look less than user-friendly, it’s actually easy for anyone (yes, anyone!) to learn. Salesforce has created Trailhead, a fun and engaging way to get familiar with the platform and help you on your way to becoming a Salesforce administrator. No matter where you’re at on your CRM journey, Trailhead can help you master Salesforce and streamline your business processes. 

So how does one get started on Trailhead? It’s as easy as signing up. Trailhead is free and doesn’t limit content if you don’t have a Salesforce account. But before you get started on your Trailhead journey, let’s break down how it works, the time commitment, and what you can expect to learn. 

 

How it works

Trailhead puts you on the right path to learning key components of Salesforce. It starts with beginner topics like Salesforce basics or lessons on becoming a developer. The lessons build on each other, allowing you to progress from beginning to advanced topics overtime. The best part? You can pick where you begin. If you already have an understanding of Salesforce, you can start with more complex topics and set off on your own trail. In fact, it has 175 different trails you can choose from. Ranging from Admin Beginner to Einstein Discovery, Trailhead can be…

 

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