Community Component Quick Start Guide

Get started with Community Component Pack

Introduction


Forcivity’s Community Component Pack gives you the ability to create impact experiences for your communities with clicks, not code.

Benefits

  • Allows more design freedom, without creating, and then maintaining, custom components, or HTML.
  • Create great looking designs and experiences for you Salesforce communities.
  • Simple to use; drag, drop, and configure.

 

How the Community Component Pack Works

Once installed, the new components are available with Builder under the Custom Components list.

  1. Open the page to edit in Builder.
  2. Select the from the Custom Component list.
  3. Configure the component using the attribute panel.
  4. Preview your changes.
  5. Publish the community.

Installation


Focivity’s Community Component Pack can be installed through the App Exchange in a matter of minutes with very little added configuration needed. Like any other native Force.com application, the Community Component Pack uses the Force.com standard installation process.

 

Install:

  1.  During installation, determine who should have access to the Community Component Pack by simply selecting either Full Access or No Access for each profile in the list.
    -OR-
    You can also elect to install the Community Component Pack for Admins Only (recommended) or All Users.
  2. The Community Component Pack will automatically install into your Salesforce.com organization in a matter of minutes.
  3. Once the installation is complete, simply click ‘Done’ to return to Salesforce.com.

 

Sandbox refreshes
All Community Component Pack settings will persist across a Sandbox refresh. There are no added steps needed to configure the Community Component Pack to work in your Sandbox.

Using the Community Component Pack


While most of the components within the Community Component Pack are just drag and drop, the following components need additional configuration work.

 

fcAccordian

  • Drag and configure the options.

fcAlert

  • Drag and configure the options.

fcButton

  • Drag and configure the options.

fcButtonDual

  • Drag and configure the options.

fcCard

  • Drag and configure the options.

fcEvent

  • Drag and configure the options.

fcGoogleMap

  • Drag and configure the options.

fcHero

  • Drag and configure the options.

fcRecordList

  • Create a Field Set for the object (Setup / Object Manager / <object> / Field Sets.
    The field set defined the columns to the show on the record list.
  • Drag and configure the options.
    • Select the object.
    • Add the field set API name.
    • If needed a filter can be added.
      • Multiple criteria can be added, separated by commas.
      • Use the column name enclosed in [].
      • Support and, or, and ().
      • Conditions supported are =, !=, like, !like, <, >, <=, .=
        Example 1: [Status] = ‘Closed, Duplicate’
        Example 2: [Priority] != ‘Low’, [Escalated] = ‘true’, [Status] != ‘Closed’

fcTitle

  • Drag and configure the options.

fc2ColumnTextwImage

  • Drag and configure the options.

fc2ColumnTextwImage

  • Drag and configure the options.

fcVertialList

  • Drag and configure the options.

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Supported Salesforce Editions


  • Performance
  • Developer
  • Unlimited
  • Enterprise
  • Professional

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