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Trailblazer Community And Trailhead Unified


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Salesforce is unifying the Trailblazer Community and Trailhead to forge a novel, smooth experience, enhancing the ability to learn and sync from anywhere, with other Trailblazers in the Salesforce ecosystem. By connecting the Trailblazer Community and Trailhead , Salesforce is taking steps to do away with isolationism, and make it simple to access knowledge resources and community support on a solo platform. This brings many interesting Trailhead features to the Trailblazer Community, such as:

Today Page: An individualised homepage that collates the Trailblazer Community feed, in-progress learning and recommended Trailhead modules into a single platform.

Learning Panel: It shows pertinent Trailhead learning content in the flow of community interactions on the Topics and Questions pages, by offering learning modules that sync with your conversations and queries.

Community in Trailhead GO: It brings the Trailblazer Community to cell phones via Trailhead GO, Trailhead’s gratis cell phone app. Members will be able to post queries to the Community to get speedy replies & access direct messages to interact with Trailblazers around the world. 

For those new to the world of Salesforce, Trailblazer Community is a web based community that allows correspondence and collaboration. Members can submit and upvote ideas for the feature roadmap, ask other members queries, and join groups. Trailhead is Salesforce’s free, web knowledge platform. Users finish modules and trails to gain points, which lead to badges. These showcase their expertise in different Salesforce products and features, besides general skills such as project management.

About the Author

RS Maan

Maan joined Salesforce Ecosystem in 2008 with entry of Salesforce in APAC region. He worked on many of the underlying Salesforce Products & it’s functionality, including Heroku, Chatbots, and Einstein before leading Codleo Consulting - Leading Partner of & In his spare time, he immerses himself in travel, books and spirituality.

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