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Quick Text in Salesforce

Quick text is predefined messages, like greetings, answers to common questions, and short notes. Which helps to stop retyping the same message over and over and save time. You can insert quick text in emails, chats, and more.

Enable Quick Text:

  • From Setup enter Quick Text Settings in the Quick Find box
  • Select Quick Text Settings
  • Click Enable Quick Text
  • Save

Give Users Access to Quick Text:
Giving users access to quick text lets them insert predefined messages in their emails, chats, events, tasks, Knowledge articles, and more. Service agents can respond to customers and update cases quickly and easily. Sales reps can work with their contacts, accounts, and opportunities more efficiently.

Use a permission set or update profiles to give your users Read permission on the Quick Text object. Optionally, you can also give users Create, Edit, and Delete access to let them create and manage their own quick text messages.

Create Quick Text Messages:
Create custom predefined messages to insert into emails, chats, tasks, events, and more. Quick text can include merge fields, line breaks, and special characters.

  • Open Quick Text tab
  • Click on New to create Quick Text (You can create record type for Quick Text)
  • Enter a message name (Use a name that helps users identify when to use this message)
  • Enter the message (The message can include line breaks, lists, special characters, merge fields, and up to 4,000 characters)
  • You can merge fields based on your requirement.
  • Select the channels in which you want the message to be available.
    • Email : For Email actions
    • Event : For Event actions
    • Internal : Works with internal fields, like on the Change Status action
    • Knowledge : For Knowledge articles in Lightning Experience
    • Live Agent : Works with Live Agent chat in the Service Console
    • Phone : or the Log a Call action
    • Portal : Works in a community or a customer portal
    • Social : For social posts
    • Task : For Task actions
  • Select a category
  • Select a channel
  • If you use merge fields, click Preview to review the message with data from records that you choose.
  • Save

Insert and Use Quick Text:
You can use quick text on all standard and custom objects in the following supported quick actions or places: emails, events, Knowledge articles, Live Agent chats, Log a Call actions, social posts, and tasks.

Share Quick Text:
You can share quick text with users, public groups, and more. The way you share quick text in Salesforce Classic and Lightning Experience is different. In Salesforce Classic, you can share individual quick text. In Lightning Experience, you share quick text using folders.

You can also change your org-wide default sharing setting for quick text. Or you can limit access by creating sharing rules to specify which groups of users have access to quick text.

Lightning Component to Open URL in Browser New Tab on Button Click

Lightning Component:

<!--Sample.cmp-->
<aura:component implements="flexipage:availableForAllPageTypes, force:appHostable" access="global">
    <aura:attribute name="recordId" type="string" default="0019000001DEV5z"/>
    
    <div class="slds-m-around--xx-large">
        <!--Open URL in New Browser Tab-->
        <lightning:button label="Open in New Window" variant="brand" onclick="{!c.handleOpenInNewWindow}"/>
        <!--Open URL in New Browser Tab With Record Id-->
        <lightning:button label="Open in New Window With RecordId" variant="brand" onclick="{!c.handleOpenNewWindowWithRecordId}"/>
    </div>
</aura:component>

Lightning JS Controller:

({
    //Open URL in New Browser Tab
    handleOpenInNewWindow : function(component, event, helper) {
        window.open("https://www.salesforce.com", '_blank');
    },
    
    //Open URL in New Browser Tab With Record Id
    handleOpenNewWindowWithRecordId : function(component, event, helper) {
        var recordId = component.get('v.recordId');
        window.open('/' + recordId,'_blank');
    }
})

Custom Logout Page in Salesforce

Now you can direct users to a specific logout destination that maintains your own branding experience after they log out of Salesforce.

To enable this follow below steps:
Goto Setup | Administer | Security Controls | Session Settings, navigate to Logout Page Settings section and set the Logout URL of the custom logout page.
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