Forcivity is about to revolutionize the Community Cloud platform – again – making building a Salesforce Community even easier.
Today we are ecstatic to announce the newest version of our Component Pack for Lightning Communities.
About the Component Pack
We created this product to expedite and simplify building a Salesforce Community, because we believe that communities are the best solution for engaging your customers, partners, and even employees. Communities allow you to leverage the power of your Salesforce data to share information with your key stakeholders and improve their overall experience.
Our newest Component Pack release is all about user experience. At Forcivity, we’re obsessed with user experience. We’re a team of web veterans with explicit experience in user experience across websites and applications. With that knowledge, we simplified our app so that it’s more intuitive, leading to an even faster community building experience.
What’s new in version 3.2
Here are the best features to look out for in our 3.2 release:
- Configuration wizard
We’ve broken down our component building into 4 easy steps, grouping similar configurations together to make the editing process simpler.
- Live preview
One of the best features of our product is that you can see what the components will look like as you configure them. We’ve enhanced this in our newest version, so you don’t even need to save to see your changes. Get creative with your settings, and don’t be surprised when you add them to your page.
- New and improved components
- We’ve updated the ‘Event’ component so you can now connect any Salesforce calendar seamlessly, and avoid adding events one-by-one.
- The ‘Record list’ also got an update, and now supports multiple filters in the same record list, and added the ability to export your record list from your Salesforce Community.
- Our ‘Search’ component is unparalleled in the Community world. Search your entire community, plus knowledge articles and see organized results on the same page.
See it live
If you’re at the conference, stop by our booth for a 1-1 demo with our team. Or, schedule a demo with our team of community experts. We’ll cover how to use the component pack, plus talk you through overall community strategy and implementation best practices.
For more information on building a Salesforce community, check out our new series, in which Greg will walk through the four phases of a community project: Plan, Build, Measure, and Listen.