Tuesday, August 15, 2023

Broadcasting /InApp Guidance in Salesforce

Want to broadcast some important information like downtime etc to all your Salesforce users through notifications on Salesforce Screen ?

Looking for something where you want to update all your users with latest release updates in a single screen or with multiple screens?

Want to understand how many of users are really acknowledged the latest features updates?

If you want to track all these metrics how much of customizations or coding i have to do πŸ€”? What if your a Salesforce Administrator want to do this

Don't worry either your a Salesforce Developer or Administrator we can do all these things less than 5 minutes without writing any code🀠 trust me you heard right πŸ‘‰

Yes in salesforce there is a inbuilt feature called “ InApp Guidance “. With help of this we can broadcast the important information to all your users with simple point and click. You can also share the recent release update in single screen or with navigation and you can also track who have viewed these release updates or gone through this funnel or not through Salesforce Reports.

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Thursday, June 8, 2023

How To Convert Array of Escaped Object String to String Object In Go Language

In our previous post we have learn how to convert the array/list of string objects into map and now with help of this map we can convert the array of objects in string format single object string.

Source Code:

package main

import (

type GenericHeader struct {
	Key   string `json:"key"`
	Value string `json:"value"`

func main() {

	escapeJsonString := "[{\"value\":\"123456\",\"key\":\"hash-key\"},
	fmt.Println("Input data:", string(escapeJsonString))
	var headers []GenericHeader
	err := json.Unmarshal([]byte(escapeJsonString), &headers)
	if err != nil {
		fmt.Println("Error:", err)

	headerMap := make(map[string]string)
	for _, header := range headers {
		fmt.Println(header.Key + ".." + header.Value)
		headerMap[header.Key] = header.Value

	fmt.Println("Final Map Data==>", headerMap)
	marshalData, err := json.Marshal(headerMap)
	if err != nil {
	fmt.Println("marshalData==>", marshalData)
	fmt.Println("Final Object String ==>", string(marshalData))

Input Data String:


Output Data String:


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