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Elements Chrome Extension: embedding in-app help and training in Salesforce
Elements Chrome Extension: embedding in-app help and training in Salesforce

Training; Record Page Help; Salesforce Help; In-app help end-user help Embedding Salesforce training, process diagrams, notes, URL, feedback

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Written by Ksawery Lisinski
Updated over a week ago

With our browser extension you can very easily set up a user adoption platform for your Salesforce implementation. In just a couple of clicks, you can embed help topics and collect feedback from end-users on any record page.

Article outline

  • Prerequisites

  • Overview and demo

  • Adding Salesforce in-app help

  • Feedback 

  • Formatting URL links to send as help 

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  • All required end-users have accounts in Elements

  • Two-way SSO between Salesforce & Elements is enabled

Read this article for a step-by-step guide on how to set it up.

Adding Salesforce in-app help

Any documentation attachment in the Org Model can be switched to be a Help Topic in either Classic, Lightning, or both. If the help topic is a URL link, then it may be able to be displayed in pop-up help. Scroll to the last section for more details.

Adding and managing help can also be done from Salesforce Setup using the Elements browser extension.

You can push the following documentation to Salesforce as end user help:

  • Rich text documents: these are perfect for instructions. You can embed images, videos, URLs and grids inside the note to make the content more structured and easier to consume.

  • Process diagrams: You can simultaneously document your Org and provide contextual process help for end users. Simply link process activities to org model nodes, and then you can use these links to push process diagrams as help:

TIP You can also embed diagrams in lightning pages, utility bars, and visual force.

  • URLs: videos, documents, websites - anything can be sent as help. Scroll down to the last section to learn how to format different types of URLs. 


Even if there is no help available, end users can leave feedback on the object page to let their Salesforce Admin know what is required or what is missing. Feedback can relate to configuration or help. Feedback can be left either on the object level or on a field level (in the latter case, feedback is available only if there is at least one help article on it).

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