10 Salesforce Apps You Need In 2022

Whether they are on our phones, installed in our Salesforce Orgs, or added as an extension onto our browser, Apps are everywhere.

In fact, a lot of us couldn’t imagine doing our jobs without some of the many Apps we use on a day-to-day basis.

The Apps listed below were crowdsourced from social media, and we weren’t surprised to see a few familiar ones that just kept popping up. These Apps are roughly ordered by the number of times they were mentioned by different individuals…

10. Happy Soup

HappySoup.io is a 100% free and open-source app for impact and dependency analysis. At the time of writing, it’s just over a year old, yet it is used by at least 300 companies worldwide.

The value comes from a minimalist UI and support for dependencies that are not possible to retrieve manually. For example, standard field references or indirect dependencies through custom labels and custom metadata types.

9. Field Trip

Field Trip is another tool that is used by thousands of Salesforce professionals around the world.

It gives you the ability to report on field usage, allowing you to identify unused fields that can be deleted, merged, or realigned to business processes.

8. Declarative Lookup Rollup Summaries

A favorite amongst veteran Salesforce professionals, Declarative Lookup Rollup Summaries enhances Salesforce by allowing you to perform Rollups on Lookup relationships – previously only possible using Apex.

DLRS has a user interface that allows you to build out these Rollups, for which no code is needed. Install the package right here.

7. Rollup/Lookup Helper

Whilst DLRS can work for a lot of organizations, it is also open-source and no support is provided. If you are looking for something with more support, check our two AppExchange Apps, Lookup Helper and Rollup Helper

6. XL Connector

XL Connector is the go-to tool when you need to sync Salesforce and Excel. With this handy plugin, you can import, export, and auto-refresh Salesforce data via Excel.

5. EasyCRUD

EasyCRUD is a super simple app that allows you to see permission access directly on the object. It also contains features to select all checkboxes in a column.

4. Boostr for Salesforce

Boostr is another very popular, multi-functional Chrome extension that is packed with features.

This includes simple but effective features such as displaying the API name of a field when editing a field set, and allowing you to select all components on a page to add to a change set.

3. Apsona

Apsona is another Salesforce Swiss army knife App that contains a bunch of different functionalities.

These include document generation, cross-object reporting across any number of objects, and mass import and export functionality.

2. Salesforce ORGanizer

Salesforce ORGanizer is another Chrome extension that is loved by thousands of Salesforce professionals around the world, and was mentioned numerous times in our research.

It combines many Chrome extensions into one, and includes storing logins and changing tab colors to identify different instances of Salesforce.

1. Salesforce Inspector

When we asked the Salesforce community for the Apps that they just couldn’t live without, the overwhelming majority of people mentioned Salesforce Inspector. This is also the App that sits at the top of Salesforce Ben’s top Chrome Extensions post.

Salesforce Inspector is a Chrome Extension that sits on top of the standard Salesforce UI to deliver some simple but impactful features. This includes showing field metadata, data export, data import, and Org Limits.

Summary

That’s it for our ‘top 10’ Apps. There are plenty of must-haves on this list. Let us know which is your favourite in the comments.

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source: https://www.salesforceben.com/22-salesforce-apps-professionals-cant-live-without-in-2022/

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