Connecting Dataset in Wave

If you like me have been building dashboard in Wave for awhile, then you probably would agree that best practice is limiting the usage of multiple datasets. One of the main reasons for this is that the natural faceting that makes widgets interact with each other will stop working. Traditionally you would have to add ...

Engagement program for events: community building

15. March 2017 How To, Pardot, Template 0
When you have an event in the calendar you need to draw attention to the event with the goal of driving attendance. One obvious approach is to look at your existing database of contacts and invite relevant people. Instead of sending a single email you can use the engagement studio. Here’s a sample of how ...

Working with Wave Recipes

I’ve had the pleasure of working on a Wave project that started up after the Salesforce Spring17 release. Knowing that there were some great enhancements [see about them here], I thought this was the perfect opportunity to try some of them out. One that I ended up exploring and using quite a lot was the recipes ...

Top 4 quick JSON tricks for Wave

If you are new to Salesforce Wave or even if you have been using Wave for a while but never dared to look at what happens behind the dashboard, here are my top quick tricks to make some helpful changes in Wave. Firstly, for every lens there is a underlying JSON code that defines the logic ...

The power of static steps

28. February 2017 Einstein Analytics, How To 5
Sometimes you want to give your end users a little bit more flexibility when viewing Wave dashboards. This could be by allowing them to choose which grouping or measure to use in the graph. Static steps are a way for you to empower this flexibility. First, we need to create a lens we can put on ...