My name is Terry Miller but others my know me more for Terry's Tidbits™. I am passionate about the Salesforce product family.  I hold fifteen certifications on the Platform, which I’m told makes me one of the top resources in the Midwest.  That’s all great, but mostly, I like sharing the things I’ve learned.

Terry’s Tidbits™ first started at the Des Moines Salesforce User Group meetings.  It was a quick, “did you know you could do _____, with Salesforce?”  The 3-5 minute segment was a hit.  Over the years, it has evolved into this blog site, my Twitter handle, and my YouTube channel.

One of my favorite things is to add value to others.  Leading Certification Study Groups is one way I do this.  These study groups have helped several people reach their certification goals.  You can watch them all for free on my YouTube channel.  If you’d like to be part of one, follow me on the Salesforce Trailblazer Community as that’s where any future groups will be announced.  In the meantime, test your readiness with one of my practice exams.

To learn more about me, check out the About Me page.  If you’re looking for an exceptional independent consultant, check out my Home Team Consulting site. Thanks for stopping by, and I hope Terry’s Tidbits prove helpful in your Salesforce journey.

March 12, 2020

Salesforce Flow Naming Convention

One of the things I’ve learned over the years of writing code, is that following a good naming convention makes my life so much easier.  Consistency […]
January 4, 2020

Terry’s Tidbits: Mentoring for the Salesforce Admin Certification exams

It’s been several months since my last post, so I wanted to fill you in on why the long delay.  One of my passions is to […]
July 30, 2019
Summer 2019 Release Notes

Terry’s Tidbits: Salesforce 2019 Summer Release Top Ten

I’m a little late to the Release Note party but wanted to be sure to share my top ten list.  Life has been busy but enough […]
May 9, 2019

Click to Dial from Salesforce

I was playing around with a thought the other day. When my iPhone rings, it shows up on my Apple Watch, my iPad, and my MacBook […]
May 8, 2019

Create Salesforce Test Records with Ease

Applies to: Classic and Lightning A good best practice for developers is to have a helper class that builds test records. I’ve taken the best of […]
April 12, 2019

Single Sign On with Microsoft Azure AD

Applies to: Lightning One of the simplest things you can do to help improve user adoption of Salesforce is to enable Single Sign On (SSO).  SSO […]
March 10, 2019

Implement a Salesforce Trigger Framework

Learn how to setup an Apex Trigger Handler. I break down my favorite to make it simple to understand and implement in your environment.
February 1, 2019

Terry’s Tidbits: Salesforce 2019 Spring Release Top Ten

Exciting new features to watch out for in the Salesforce Spring '19 Release
November 21, 2018

Terry’s Tidbits: Integrating Salesforce and Microsoft Office 365 SharePoint

Available for Lightning and Classic, Professional Edition and up   Wouldn’t it be nice to have a way to link files from SharePoint with Salesforce? You […]