Salesforce Classic vs Lightning Experience: Quick Switch to Maximize User Adoption
Hello friends, first all you need to know is, what is Salesforce Classic and Salesforce Lightning? Then you should know about the difference between Salesforce Classic vs Lightning Experience.
what is salesforce classic?
Classic is the oldest of app among the two; it uses briefcase settings to determine which of your records you can access in the app. Salesforce1 is a brand new app which replaced Salesforce Chatter and is what most of the current Salesforce buzz surrounds.
What is a salesforce lightning?
A: Lightning is the collection of tools and technologies behind a significant upgrade to the Salesforce platform. Lightning includes Experience: A set of modern user interfaces optimized for speed. … Use the Lightning App Builder to customize theLightning Experience and Salesforce1 Mobile app.
Salesforce Classic vs Lightning Experience
Salesforce’s re-imagined platform, Lightning Experience, is now on the market. If you’ll be asked whether your company should purchase the Salesforce Lightning Experience, you’ll need to be able to explain its advantages and some of the snags employees already using the Classic version will encounter.
What’s new in the Lightning Experience?
With Lightning Experience, Salesforce now has many new cloud-based features and a new UI. Sales accounts, campaigns, contacts, leads, opportunities, personal accounts, price books and products have been re-organized and given a modern, visual appeal.
The overall intent of the redesign is to make the data and tools more accessible so that Sales Reps can work more effectively and close deals faster with fewer clicks.
Compare the differences between the Lightning Experience and Salesforce Classic display screen examples shown below.
Lightning Experience case
Salesforce Classic case
Lightning Experience Contact
Salesforce Classic contact
Now, compare the differences in the home screens.
Lightning Experience home screen
Salesforce Classic home screen
Lighting Experience features
- The Home Page has been visually upgraded and organized to show leads, opportunities, account insights and contacts. It includes a performance chart and calendar feature, all to help reps stay organized and find and digest data more easily.
- Sales reps now can create tasks and events, log calls, send emails, and track those activities efficiently in the Activity Timeline workspace.
- Opportunity Kanban, a visualization tool for opportunities, has been added. Reps can review deals organized by each stage in the pipeline. With drag-and-drop functionality, sales reps can move deals from one stage to another and get personalized alerts on key deals in the process.
- Sales reps who use reports can easily create and filter visually-appealing charts.
The hybrid approach – Lightening + Salesforce classic
Not every Salesforce Classic feature is supported in Lightning Experience. That’s the bad news. The good news is that users can work in the Lightning Experience mode, drop back to the familiar Salesforce Classic and can switch between the two at will.
But while switching between interfaces is quick and easy, the underlying URL routing logic is affected. Snags with bookmarks and sharing links in emails or Chatter posts may occur, especially if your organization has a subset of users authorized for Lightning Experience while others are still using Salesforce Classic.
Features that aren’t supported in Lightning Experience:
- AppExchange Apps with Custom Objects, Visualforce Pages, and More. Many apps from the AppExchange might not be supported. If they are supported, you’ll see a Lightning Ready sash appear next to the app. If an app isn’t supported, it can still be used in Salesforce Classic.
Both Salesforce Classic and Lightning Experience are great versions for boosting the business growth. Besides, knowing that your employees can switch between the interfaces makes it easier to decide when to start using Lightning Experience.
Stay tuned to salesforceupdates.com for more updates.
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