Understand your Salesforce Org, clean it up and document it

Create a Org Model with all Org metadata so you can easily view it in a tree structure.

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Written by Ksawery Lisinski, Customer-Success-Team, and Adrian King

Clean up, document and build your Salesforce org with Elements Catalyst managed package: (PRO)

Create an Org Model to get insights and a clearer view of your Salesforce Org config (metadata); both Production and Sandbox
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QuickStart installation - FAQ

Getting going with QuickStart and troubleshooting, and Frequently Asked Questions
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Adding managed packages to sync

How do I include my managed packages in the SF Org Model?
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Usernames and connecting multiple Orgs to a Space

Understanding Salesforce and Elements user naming conventions and connecting Production and Sandboxes Orgs to a Space
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Salesforce Org sync failure - troubleshooting

Sync taking a long time, sync fails, or missing data in Org Model or other problem / error
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Partially sync your Salesforce Org Model

How to update from Salesforce just a part of your Org
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Finding URL for any node in Org Model

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View records by record type in an object

See how many records, by record type, and get track trends over time
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Using a Namespace in your Salesforce Org

Sync behaviour when an Org has a development namespace defined
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Written by Adrian King
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See who has access to Salesforce fields

Show users with access to fields based on their profile and permissions
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See where Salesforce fields are used & get % FILLED for each field in USAGE tab

Understand if you can delete a field, or it is being used and if so how populated it actually is - like FieldTrip
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See which Salesforce fields are used

View all fields being used by various Salesforce items
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Salesforce Org Model reports

How to extract specific data from your SF Org Config
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Salesforce Org Model comparison

Compare your Salesforce Orgs (Production vs Sandbox or Sandbox vs Sandbox) and see differences
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Documentation (attachments and links) for Ref and Org Models

The different types of documentation: notes, URL, URL library links, data tables, images; requirements, stories and process activities
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Opening Salesforce Setup in Lightning vs. Classic

Every item in the Org Model has a link to open it in Setup in Salesforce. You choose Lightning or Classic.
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Managing multiple Salesforce implementations

Connect more than one Salesforce Production Org and multiple Sandboxes to an Enterprise Space
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Create new Ref Models to document other systems

Create a Ref Model that defines the config of your app so you can add documentation and links; quickly build by importing a CSV file
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