Are you preparing to build a digital experience using Salesforce Community Cloud and looking for a practical guide to empower and equip you for the task ahead? In this course, Building and Configuring a Salesforce Community Cloud Experience without Code, you’ll learn the critical skills involved in developing a Salesforce community. First, you’ll tackle the selection and configuration of a community template and theme, critical foundational pieces in your build. Next, you’ll cover community pages and components, including content layouts, component placement and configuration, and page settings. Finally, you’ll setup and configure other critical community elements, such as knowledge, CMS, and personalization. When you’re finished with this course, you’ll have the skills and knowledge of a “community builder” needed to develop, configure, and launch a digital experience through Salesforce Community Cloud.
Phil Weinmeister is the VP of Product at 7Summits, where he builds innovative components, apps, and bolts on the Salesforce platform. Phil is a Salesforce MVP has earned 20 Salesforce certifications. In 2018, he released Practical Guide to Salesforce Communities and, in 2019, he released a new edition of Practical Salesforce Development Without Code. Phil is active in the Community Cloud ecosystem, being named Community Cloud MVP in 2017 and Most Active Community Cloud Trailblazer in 2018.
Course Overview Hello, my name is Phil Weinmeister. Welcome to my course, Building and Configuring a Salesforce Community Cloud Experience without Code. I'm the Vice President of Product at 7Summits and the author of multiple Salesforce books, including one on community experiences and another on declarative development. Experience Cloud, previously referred to as Community Cloud, is Salesforce's digital experience platform, providing the means for external users to access and interact with Salesforce through a tailored user experience. It's a growing innovative offering from Salesforce that is an indispensable part of the platform for many businesses. This course is a hands‑on guide to building and configuring a community experience using Experience Cloud. It is highly recommended that users first take Fundamentals of Community Cloud or Experience Cloud to obtain a valuable foundation for this course. Some of the major topics that we will cover include getting started with your build, establishing community pages and components, setting up common elements, incorporating Salesforce CMS, adding Salesforce knowledge, personalizing with audience targeting, and launching your community. By the end of this course, you'll know how to build and configure a basic digital experience on the Salesforce platform without using code. I hope you'll join me on this journey to learn how to build a digital experience on Salesforce with the Building and Configuring a Salesforce Community Cloud Experience without Code course at Pluralsight.