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Lauren Schaefer
The new dates for Fall '18 developer webinars are September 18 and 19. We apologize for any inconvenience! Hello Sugar Developers!   We want to make sure your customizations and integrations are ready for the Sugar Fall '18 release, so we’re hosting two webinars just for you!   What we will be covering: We’ll discuss the big changes that are… (Show more)
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Jesse Heller
Have you ever wanted to send and receive text messages with Sugar? We did too, which is why we built our Sugar Messaging Module: Sugar Messaging powered by Ytel. Sugar Messaging is an SMS messaging integration for Sugar users that can send personalized text messages to the people in your Sugar database. With Sugar Messaging you can create rich SMS… (Show more)
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Lauren Schaefer
Or maybe you will.  Click-bait headlines are the worst.  Don't worry, I won't make you click through an ad-covered slideshow to find all of the library changes.   Anyway, we have a few library updates coming in our upcoming Fall '18 release, and we wanted to give you as much time as possible to begin preparing for the changes.  Without further… (Show more)
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Lauren Schaefer
We're just one month away from SugarCon, and we can't wait to meet you there in Las Vegas!  If you haven't registered already, you can still do so at sugarcon.com.     The SugarCon agenda is packed full of keynotes, breakout sessions, training, certification exams, networking opportunities, food, and, of course, drinks.  Below is the agenda we've… (Show more)
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Lauren Schaefer
You’ve been asking for it.  We’ve been listening.   We're improving our support of OAuth 2.0 standards by adding support for RFC 6750 bearer tokens in the Sugar Fall ‘18 release.     So what's changing?  You’ll still authenticate to get the access token the same way.  For example, you might authenticate with a call similar to the following:   curl… (Show more)
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Andy Quintana
Pictures are worth 1,000 words, we have heard that before. So, should we try to make everything a picture?  Well, it depends on what you are trying to convey. Understanding data sometimes requires filtering or moving fields around to try and make sense of what you have.   But ultimately if you can leverage visuals to quickly gain an… (Show more)
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Lauren Schaefer
Hey there, developers!   We are hosting lunchtime table topics just for developers on both days of SugarCon.  After you pick up your lunch, you'll be able to browse tables that are labeled with various topics and select one that interests you.  We'll have a facilitator at each table to get the conversation going.  Everyone, regardless of… (Show more)
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Jennifer Karpus-Romain
Whether you’re upgrading from a homegrown customer relationship management (CRM) system or switching from one software provider to another, knowing exactly how to migrate your CRM can be a challenge. But you can take comfort in knowing that most current CRM systems allow you to export the data from the application. From there, you can import the… (Show more)
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Jim Ward
It’s no secret email marketing is an important component of any digital marketing strategy. And there are many tools available to help automate the process. The question I hear most often when talking with prospects and customers is, “What is the difference between email marketing and marketing automation?” Email marketing tools are great to use… (Show more)
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Yann BERGES
This post originally appeared on the SynoLab blog hosted by Synolia, an Elite SugarCRM Partner. Yann Bergès describes how you can use a relate filter with the Filter API. He also explores how Sugar does it as well as identifying a drawback to be considered when using this feature.  We all know the moment when you are roaming through source code… (Show more)
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Maulik Shah
Most of the time, customers avoid to answer surveys thinking it would eat up their valuable time. Are the organizations sending questionnaires and considering responses on the serious note? When it’s all about the big data, ignorance has no room. Survey can be a game changer if done correctly. Manage the contact list to build the strategies and… (Show more)
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Matt Marum
What is a Cross Site Request Forgery (CSRF)?  A CSRF is a type of exploit that a malicious website or attacker could employ to have a user send unauthorized commands to a website or application.  It is a type of confused deputy attack against a user's web browser that tricks it to send malicious HTTP requests to a target website.   Some CSRF… (Show more)
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