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Reported Issues: 4 Comments

4.7 out of 5

By James A Gilbert, President Pension Systems Corp

3 years ago

I have spent over an hour tonight trying to cancel my Salesforce Essential plan. I have searched for cancellation information or a cancel subscription button, I have joined "TrailBlazzers" I have tried multiple web searches, and so far I cannot figure out how to cancel, or commuincate directly with Salesforce. They seem to be playing game and hiding cancellation instructions. I sent a support ticket in two hours ago and got back a reply that they no longer allow support without going through Trailblazzers. This is total crap and really sours me to Salesforce for the future.

By er_got

It would be difficult to produce a worse SalesForce app

What a horrendous, awful application. This app is bad enough that it is often touted as the reason that people in my organization are unable to do 100% of their work from an iPad Pro - “I’d love to, but I need to use SalesForce on a consistent basis”. If SalesForce is Hugh Grant, SalesForce1 is Andie MacDowell; dragging down the entire operation, forcing constant recaptures of her dialog because she’s unable to enunciate properly, and generally making the whole process feel much more like a funeral than any of the four weddings. Let’s explore a scenario: You’re looking at a case record, and you’d like to communicate this case to your coworker. You swipe up and grab your company’s chat app to split screen - but wait, SalesForce1 doesn’t support multi tasking. That’s OK. You open up the share menu in SF1. Or rather, you try to open the share menu, only to find there IS no share menu - SF1 lacks ANY way to produce a shareable link to any record, contact or entity. You look at the case number and select it in order to copy. The cursor does not appear. You tap again. Yes, SF1 has also limited your ability to grab particular blocks of text. You’re forced to type out the case record, swapping back and forth between apps a few times to make sure that the 12-digit string is faithfully recreated. You weep softly into your Smart Keyboard and move back into your parent’s basement.

By Centersj

New Update - OUCH

The latest update was recently pushed to my iOS device. I know this is a new design, but navigating is the most painful experience I’ve ever had with an App. As a project manager who travels periodically I rely on this application to manage my projects. I am no longer able to see a list of my projects or even access them without digging so deep into the interface that I am ready to pull my hair out once I finally get to where I’m going. The experience with this app used to somewhat mirror the desktop version of Salesforce. Those days appear to be over with this new update as the two now look like completely different interfaces. Someone please explain to me how I can view the list of my currently assigned projects. I have been digging through the interface for over an hour I can’t seem to figure it out. This drastic of an update is quite disappointing to say the least!

By Billy G. Gruff

Designed by Non-Salespeople?

What is the opposite of intuitive? While engineers over at Apple are busy trying to figure out how to make their OS so simple my elderly mother could use it, the evil minions at SalesForce appear to have a singular focus: make the platform as confusing & difficult to use as possible, and then keep driving towards greater & greater levels of difficulty. Just imagine: a brainstorming session in one of the well-appointed conference rooms at Salesforce HQ… Product Delveloper 1: “What if we hid the contact info for the contact? Like, just buried it, where salesmen will spend up to thirty minutes trying to find the phone, email & address.” Product Developer 2: “Oh! That’s great! And to really get them foaming at the mouth, we’ll put info that’s completely irrelevant to making contact or to moving the relationship forward at the very top, so the mobile user has to scroll down and down (ad infinitum) to get to the ‘more info’ link.” Product Developer 1: “Ha ha I love it! But what if when they click on the more info link, it broadened the contact, but brought them /back to the top,/ so they had to scroll down /again/ to see what they were trying to see in the first place!” Everyone: *laughs*

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