GRAX Labs Video

Viewing Salesforce Data with GRAX Data Viewer

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About this talk

GRAX Labs presents "Viewing Salesforce Data with GRAX Data Viewer." The GRAX Data Viewer is a new functionality built for Salesforce that you'll find as part of the GRAX Time Machine offering. This new feature will deliver an even more powerful GRAX Time Machine experience because now you can:

  • View and manage archived data and hierarchical data within the Salesforce UI
  • Track deleted data and its details that has been backed up by GRAX previously
  • Easily navigate between the Salesforce UI and the admin console for GRAX

The GRAX Data Viewer is designed to improve data visibility across your organization as well as offer a simple to use and seamless experience for all Salesforce admins and Salesforce end users.

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Hello, this is Dave Mackey, and welcome to GRAX Labs! In this edition, we are going to take a look at the new GRAX Data Viewer, and how we can view the data that has been archived.

So we can see here, I'm going to click over my GRAX tab. Again, a tab that's been added onto my Lightning page.

And I've added in my GRAX Data Viewer or component, and we saw how to do this during our last video.

We can see when I come over here, now I'm able to sort by deleted sources and for example, I can sort by birthdate, I can search sort by name important thing.

Here, we can have our fields. We know how to add our fields. We can sort our fields. We can view all this data now that has been either backed up or archived.

Again, you're able to set that at your discretion and then I'll come over here and I can click 'view in GRAX.'

So this is then going to bring me to be able to view this data directly in GRAX. And this is something that we will view in our next session of GRAX Labs. Thank you!


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