Now that I have a year of experience with Salesforce, I’ve decided to redo the Talent Stacker group project. Every month I see members of the program posting on LinkedIn about their projects, and I’m impressed at how much better some of those projects look than the one I was part of. That has also inspired me to see what I can do now that I couldn’t do in 2022.
So follow along on this journey with me! I’ll be documenting it all here in a series of posts as I work my way through all of the requirements.
Let’s start off with project management. Last time I used Jira to organize all of the requirements and split each requirement into smaller tasks that my group could complete. This time around I’m trying Wrike. It also has a free version, but it’s much simpler to use than Jira.
I’ve created a new item for each of the requirements and organized them into folders based on the primary category of the requirement. This will allow me to move through the project in a logical order, rather than jumping around and wasting time. As I get into each requirement, I’ll add subitems for smaller pieces of work.
I’ll be building this project in the free CRM Analytics dev org. It’s a larger free dev org and provides three Salesforce licenses, which will make creating my “users” easier.
I’m also planning on writing user stories for each requirement, creating personas for the users, and documenting processes in Lucid.