Every time a new Google Chrome extension is unveiled, it is definitely better than the previous one. With every upgrade the potential to save time and energy on everything improves by leaps and bounds. Without a doubt, there are a handful of good Chrome Extensions, but the ones listed below are tried and tested and we at Techila a Salesforce Consulting USA firm, ultimately came to wholeheartedly trust the extensions mentioned below:
- Salesforce API Fieldnames
This is one overused extension, and the ease of clicking one tiny icon having all the field labels instantly revealing their undercover API selves is hard to get over. Do you recollect the innumerable times you had to navigate through Setup to the object to find the field API’s manually, now you can heave a sigh of relief because you wouldn’t with this extension.
- Salesforce Colored Favicons
You will understand the fundamental value of this delightful tool when you begin working in more than one Salesforce org and if you have a browser problem the delight will be doubled. You can forget about clicking into a tab to check which org are you in. Just a glimpse at the tiny clouds floating on your tabs and you’re assured that all’s well in the multi-channel cosmos.
- Salesforce.com Sandbox Favicon Extension
This is a well appreciated extension to the Salesforce Colored Favicons. As suggested by the name it uses colored favicons and adds an ‘s’ inside the favicon, so you know that a particular tab is for a Salesforce sandbox org. No developer would want to do configuration in a production environment. Save yourself the task of keeping orgs separate by relying solely on the tiny black box on the upper right-hand corner of a sandbox instance. Add this extension instantly.
- Salesforce.com ID Clipper
It definitely does help when you have sent a good amount of time cutting and pasting Salesforce IDs to appreciate this extension. The more experience you gain in Salesforce the more technical work becomes, the words and names in your interactions with records reduce, and the more 15 and 18-character IDs rule your world.
- Salesforce Navigator
Seasoned Salesforce developers, who have been on the platform since the beginning will be able to appreciate the immense leaps and bounds made in the native search functionality. This extension encompasses all that advancement and strides further. Now you just need to move out of your Search bar jazz and supercharge your searches.
- Salesforce HotKeys (Beta)
Well, for this extension may be then name is funkier – Hotkeys. You must give this one a try because this gem will save approximately 2.5 lac clicks over the course of your working Salesforce career, only if you don’t forget to use it. Also, in the next blog we plan to come up with the most popular Google Chrome Extensions for Pardot by Salesforce to ease the effort in developing on it.
- Salesforce.com Quick Login As
The title of this extension describes exactly what it does, so no surprise there. But you could sing it’s praises for saving loads of time. However, this extension is not for your if you prefer copying the URL of the page you want to test, navigating through Setup to the list of user and then locating the user and then clicking the Login. But if you are looking at the fewest possible obstacles between you and completing the testing, then this one’s built for you.
These are some of the best Salesforce extensions that you can integrate into your development process to save your precious time and energy.