About this talk
Check out GRAX’s newly enhanced user interface (UI) that greatly improves your user experience in this latest GRAX Labs video. This tour gives you a quick look into GRAX Search, Point-in-Time Restore, History Stream, and Settings tabs found in the next generation of GRAX.
In previous GRAX Labs videos, you can dive more in-depth into these tabs and others not covered in this quick tour:
- GRAX Search tab - giving Salesforce admins the easy button for searching through their historical data
- GRAX Dashboard and Execution tabs - view all of your historical Salesforce data backup and archive jobs
- History Stream - how to configure salesforce objects for History Stream to gain better business outcomes
- And more!
Watch this video to see how the new enhanced UI gives you the ability to easily access, backup, recover, search & view, and act-on all of your backed up and archived Salesforce data with a few clicks, no code.
Ready to get on the next generation of GRAX or have questions? Reach out to GRAX Support [at] email@example.com for technical support.
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There is now additional functionality for Search.
Search by ID or Advanced Search to find data via queries.
Restore, which is the functionality for Point-in-Time Restore to restore mass data back to a particular point-in-time.
History Stream which allows for admins to publish data for downstream consumption for processes and analytics.
And then Additional Settings - configurations for setting up GRAX storage credentials as well as setting up metadata backup as well.
Interested? Contact support at firstname.lastname@example.org to enable the GRAX Kinetic Edition for your GRAX application.
Thank you and happy GRAXing!
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