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Excel Collaboration Tool Launches on AppExchange

Collaborall launched an application on the exchange last week called Excellory that lets teams of people use and edit Excel spreadsheets within the SFDC environmnent. Different than Google Spreadsheets, Excellory actually uses Excel, a format most people are already comfortable with. Pricing starts at $1 per user / per month for 25+ users or $3 per user / per month for 5 users. It looks like the standard “non-salesforce” version is free on their website. Several collaborative spreadsheet products are already on the market, but this is the first to work within the SFDC framework. Look for someone to build a Google Spreadsheets for Salesforce once the API becomes available.

Excellory for Salesforce

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November 5, 2006 at 8:33 pm 4 comments

Salesforce.com and IE7 Don’t Mix

Update:  It seems like this problem may have been corrected, I apologize for any false alarms:

Comment by KT

October 19, 2006 @ 2:57 pm

Salesforce.com fixed the button issue back in March.

If you previously changed your IE6 cache settings from the default (Automatically) and you just upgraded to IE7, the IE6 CSS might be cached.

Try logging in and hiting Ctrl-F5 for a full refresh. Or clear the cache and log in again. Or wait 24 hours. I’m on the latest IE7 release candidate and see the buttons fine.

Also, you can turn off auto updates. Microsoft covered this in the IE blog (http://blogs.msdn.com/ie/default.aspx) and here (http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyId=4516A6F7-5D44-482B-9DBD-869B4A90159C&displaylang=en

Douglas Karr reports problems with Internet Explorer not playing well with Salesforce.com.

Error with IE7 and Salesforce.com

Check out the report here: http://www.douglaskarr.com

This is just one more reason to use Firefox along with the Salesforce plugin

October 19, 2006 at 11:00 am 3 comments

Calling all Professional Edition Users

I recently posted an idea on the SFDC idea exchange to allow Professional Edition users the ability to access the API and to charge based on usage. The current product matrix only allows for Enterprise and Unlimited Edition users to access the API. Please vote by going to the idea exchange and promoting this idea:

http://ideas.salesforce.com/article/show/24160

The moderator on the roadmap panel told us that the best way to get our ideas implemented was to post it on the idea exchange and hope they get promoted. Apparantly Marc Benioff also reads through the ideas from time to time and Salesforce does really seem to listen to its customers.

October 15, 2006 at 7:42 am 1 comment

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