Adventures in LlamaSite: My pandemic baby…

Step 1.

Mike installed his Cooking app in Salesforce. Super simple. And pretty.

Step 2.

Recreate this experience for everyone to be able to submit recipes and to search for recipes. We installed the LlamaSite app from AppExchange and chose Template design 5 to get started. We added a couple of graphics related to Foodforce to the landing page and created the menu.

Step 3.

We needed an easy way for folks to share a recipe. So we used the form functionality in LlamaSite to create a form with fields mapped to the Recipe object in Mike’s Cooking app. You can even upload a photo of your delicious finished product. Share a recipe with us!

Step 4.

Great! Now we’re collecting all those delicious recipes from everyone. How do we share them and make them easily searchable, regardless of what it is you remember about the recipe? LlamaSite’s answer is the Listing Block, the most powerful tool you may not have known you needed.

Step 5.

Cook! And share your recipes as well as give us feedback. On the roadmap soon, we want to be able to rate recipes and translate between imperial and metric measures. Plus, right now we are looking for your very best vegan recipes. Ines Garcia is the resident vegan expert. Let’s cook together soon.

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Melissa Hill Dees

Melissa Hill Dees

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