All your sales, service, and marketing data at your fingertips.
Connect with other employees and collaborate on sales opportunities, service cases, campaigns, and projects.
Add AppExchange apps specifically designed for the Salesforce1 app.
All your custom objects, fields, and any app you've integrated or built declaratively is now mobile. Even bring your Visualforce pages into the navigation menu.
Custom Quick Actions
Move business forward with global and contextual Quick actions.
View all the posts and approval processes that need your attention in the notifications center.
Multi-device SupportAccess everything you need from your favorite device, iOS or Android
Instantly bring your customizations like workflow, permissions, and sharing settings to mobile
Hybrid User Interface
Benefit from the best native device technology and the latest HTML5, including your own custom Visualforce
How it works
Get to your data using the navigation menu and a few simple gestures.
When you log in to Salesforce1, you see your landing page. Depending on how your administrator has set up Salesforce1, this might be your Chatter feed, your task list, or another page or app.
From the landing page, tap to go to the navigation menu.
What you see in the navigation menu depends on how your administrator has set up
Salesforce1 and what's available in your organization, and might include:
- A global search box, which lets you look for records, people, and other information.
- Your Chatter feed and links to lists of people and groups, if Chatter is enabled.
- In the Recent section, objects you've viewed or worked with recently. Tap More to see a full list of the objects available to you in Salesforce1. For each object, you can search for records.
- Your task lists and your organization's custom pages or apps.
- The Today app, which provides an overview of your meetings and other events scheduled for the current day, with links to associated Salesforce records.
To return to the navigation menu from a record or other detail page, tap; from a feed page or the top-level page for an object or app, tap. When you tap links, like the ones in feeds or on record detail pages, the new pages open on top of the page you started from. This means that you may have to tap more than once to return to the navigation menu