This video talks about the email templates used for sending communications to the users of Salesforce Identity such as forgot password emails etc. I also go into translation of the emails using custom labels.
This video shows how Salesforce Authenticator may be used as second factor for users logging in with Salesforce Identity. This video shows the out-of-the-box user interface but the interface may be customized.
This video shows how to use custom labels and translations to provide localization of the login and/or signup experience in Salesforce Identity.
This video shows a proof-of-concept implementation using the Experience Id to customize the login experience to make login pages and sign-up pages single use. This could be used to prevent users from sending links to sign up pages to one another if consent screens needs to be shown prior to the login experience.
This video is all about working with Salesforce, including setting up an org with the Salesforce CLI and configuring Salesforce Identity.
Over the last few weeks I’ve spent a fair amount of time working with Salesforce Identity. Salesforce Identity is a very capable offering and offers a fully functional and very configurable identity provider (IdP) at a very competitive price compared to other identity providers on the market. Part of this work has been show casing a number of elements of Salesforce Identity from setting it up as a developer, to working with email templates and translations. To scale it I’ve recorded it as videos and wanted to share them on the blog in case someone could learn from it.
I’ll be posting the videos over the next couple of days. I’ve recorded videos on the following topics:
- Working with Salesforce, including setting up and org, Salesforce CLI, configuring Salesforce Identity
- PoC on Preventing Sign-in / Sign-up Page Reload
- Internationalization (i18n) / Localization (l12n)
- Email Templates including translation
- MFA Enablement
The videos use two repositories I’ve created for the demos:
On Tuesday at IBM Connect 2013 I was interviewed to developerWorks on my presence as an IBM Champion, what it means to me personally and the skills gap which is becoming extremely apparent with the use of all the new social technologies.
Received this YouTube video from my Twitter-doubting colleague… 🙂