Understanding How Salesforce Organizes Your Information Salesforce groups your data into logical categories called objects. An object is a collection of fields named for the kind of information those fields capture. Commonly-used Salesforce objects include Contacts, Accounts, Cases, and Reports. For example, the Contacts object contains fields with information describing the people you do business with, such as their first names, last names, phone numbers, business titles, and the companies they work for.
Open a Different App Not finding the feature you want to use? Maybe it’s in another app. To use features available in a different Salesforce app than the one you have open, you must open the other app. The app might be another Salesforce app, such as the Marketing app or the Call Center app. The app might be a custom app that your Salesforce admin created specifically for your org. Or it might be a connected app that your Salesforce admin installed to help you get your work done. These third-party apps can include such apps as Gmail, Google Drive, and Windows 365.
Find Setup How you find Setup depends on which Salesforce experience you’re using and on your organization’s user interface settings.