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Master Your Salesforce Data with Roll-up Summary Fields

published 354 days, 2 hours, 16 minutes ago posted by DhruvDhruv 359 days, 20 hours, 41 minutes ago
Tuesday, March 7, 2023 12:53:20 PM GMT Wednesday, March 1, 2023 6:29:00 PM GMT

The blog discusses how to create roll-up summary fields in Salesforce. Roll-up summary fields are a powerful feature in Salesforce that allows you to perform calculations on related records. For example, you can use roll-up summary fields to calculate the total amount of all opportunities related to an account or the total number of contacts associated with an account.

To create a roll-up summary field, you must have a master-detail relationship between two objects. The master object is the parent object, and the detail object is the child object. The roll-up summary field is created on the master object and calculates data from the child objects.

To create a roll-up summary field, go to the master object's fields and click on the "New" button. Select the "Roll-Up Summary" option and enter a name for the field. Choose the object that contains the detail records you want to calculate and select the field you want to use for the calculation. You can choose from a variety of functions, including sum, average, minimum, maximum, and count.

After selecting the function, select the filter criteria to determine which child records should be included in the calculation. You can use standard or custom filters to include or exclude specific records from the calculation.

Once you have created the roll-up summary field, you can use it in a variety of ways. For example, you can add it to a page layout to display the calculated value on the master record. You can also use it in reports and dashboards to provide insights into your data.

There are some limitations to roll-up summary fields that are important to keep in mind. For example, roll-up summary fields can only be created on master objects that have a maximum of two levels of detail relationships. Additionally, roll-up summary fields are not calculated in real-time, but instead are calculated asynchronously in batches.

Overall, roll-up summary fields are a powerful feature in Salesforce that allow you to perform calculations on related records. By following the steps outlined in this blog, you can create roll-up summary fields to help you better understand and manage your data in Salesforce.

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