Handpicked Salesforce Chrome Extensions to Improve Productivity

Hey Folks, please find below the cool time savers and productivity enhancers. All the extensions are useful irrespective of the roles and are designed to help the organizations get the most out of their investment in Salesforce.

Note: Make sure your organization allows the usage of these extensions as they’re not salesforce backed.

These extensions help you manage your Salesforce login credentials and let you quickly login. Any stored data is synced to Chrome automatically, and passwords/tokens are protected by encryption. This results in a secure option for managing multiple accounts on Salesforce.

This app includes the ability to search when adding items to a change set, as well as filter, adds a checkbox in the admin area to uncheck/check all fields, etc.

Using this extension we can search all code components of our salesforce instance.

We can inspect data and metadata directly from the Salesforce UI.
Extension to add a metadata layout on top of the standard Salesforce UI to improve the productivity and joy of Salesforce configuration, development, and integration work.

This plugin is for Salesforce debug log, it will help in analyzing the log efficiently by highlighting key important sections in the log and also giving help tips to avoid error. The Code Unit and Method Entry/Exit is now clickable, clicking those will directly take the user to the Component.

List and search records, make new ones, create a task or log in as on the fly!

Powerful Salesforce developer tools, includes Query Editor, Fields definition, ERDs, Page Layout, and others.

Enhances the Salesforce change set. Adds last changed date and allows sorting, searching, validation and comparison with other orgs.

Mass create, mass update, mass clone, mass delete on any list view. Support for both Classic and Lightning!

Compare Object Metadata and it’s record values in Salesforce (now supports Lightning!) and see all differences in just four clicks!

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