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what is division in Salesforce?
Detail custom objects are transferred to their master record’s new division. When editing other types of records, you can’t change the division setting. Custom objects. When you enable divisions for a custom object, Salesforce initially assigns each record for that custom object to the global division.
|Record-level division||Division is a field on individual records that marks the record as belonging to a particular division. A record can belong to a division created by the administrator or the standard “global” division. The standard global division is created automatically when your organization enables divisions. A record can belong to only one division at a time.|
|Default division||Users are assigned a default division that applies to their newly created accounts, leads, and custom objects that are enabled for divisions.|
|Working division||If you have the “Affected by Divisions” permission, you can set the division using a drop-down list in the sidebar. Then, searches show only the data for the current working division. You can change your working division at any time. If you don’t have the “Affected by Divisions” permission, you always see records in all divisions.|
Set Up Divisions:
How to enable divisions in Salesforce:
there are seven ways to enable division in Salesforce which is listed below…
|1||Plan which divisions you need based on how you want to segment your data.|
|For example, use one division for all the records belonging to your North American sales team and one division for your European sales team.|
|2||Create divisions for your organization. All existing records are assigned to the “Global” division by default. You can change the default division name, create more divisions, and move user and data records between divisions.|
|3||Transfer leads, accounts, and custom objects into relevant divisions. When records are assigned to a division, associated records are assigned the same division.|
|For example, when you change the division assigned to an account, related records such as contacts and opportunities are assigned to the same division.|
|4||Add division fields to page layouts.|
|5||Add divisions to field-level security.|
|6||Set the default division for all users. New accounts and leads are assigned to the user’s default division unless the user explicitly assigns a different division. New records related to existing records are assigned to the existing record’s division.|
|7||Enable the “Affected by Divisions” permission for users.|
|Users with this permission can limit list views by division, search within a division, or report within a division. Users who don’t have the “Affected by Divisions” permission still have a default user-level division. They can view division fields, change the division for a record, and specify a division when creating records.|
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