9:30 AM Build a Lightning Community in a Flash By Meighan Brodkey
Overview of what the Lightning Community Templates are, how they are accessed and the differences between Customer Service (Napili), Customer Account Portal, Build Your Own, and Partner Central templates. What a Lightning Bolt Solution is and how to get them from the appexchange and use them in your community. --- Hands on enabling communities, creating a lightning community with the Napili template. Review of the Community Builder, including the OOTB Components that are available in builder, what your branding options are, how to customize pages and setup pages for a custom audience, how to use the audience feature on components, and when to use the custom page audience vs the component audience option. Customize a community, adding a custom logo, custom branding from the logo, adding a header image. Then go over adding objects to your community (keeping in mind The differences in Customer Community, Customer Community Plus, and Partner licenses --> will be explained how access varies). Create a custom home page, setup an object page, setup the community workspace with topics for Content Targeting, setup a Moderation rule with keywords (will have a file for the attendees to copy paste in). Review the Administration section in the workspace, CMS Connect, and Guided Setup.How to setup a community user, and access the community as that user. How to activate the community.
Meighan is a Sr. Community Cloud Specialist at GearsCRM, Salesforce MVP, and the leader of the Seattle Women in Tech User Group leader. For over 3 years Meighan has specialized in her passion, Communities. With over 300 Trailhead badges, Meighan is continuously working on increasing her Salesforce knowledge and helping others do so as well. She has spoken around the world about Salesforce, including presenting at Dreamforce 17, sharing her love of the platform and the Ohana. Over the past decade Meighan has gone from admin to architect, thanks in part to all of the knowledge shared by and help from other members of the community. She gives back to the community via Twitter, the Trailblazer Community and her blog.