Connect to Salesforce for BlackBerry 10 Gets an Update


Editor’s Note: Today’s blog post comes from Carley Harris, BlackBerry Product Manager

2 - Navigation is the world’s #1 Customer Relationship Management platform, and the Connect to Salesforce app extends the power of’s leading sales, service and marketing applications to BlackBerry 10 users. If you are a Salesforce and BlackBerry 10 user and haven’t tried the application yet, now’s the perfect time to start: Connect to Salesforce version 1.0.1 for BlackBerry 10 has just been released and includes a number of new features to keep you productive while on the road.

Check out the list of highlighted features below and be sure to visit BlackBerry World on your BlackBerry 10 device to download the updated app.

What’s New in Connect to Salesforce 1.0.1:

    • Access to Leads records – filter, search, follow, and interact via Chatter with your Leads.

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  • View more fields in related items & details for records – more custom fields are now available for Accounts, Cases, Contacts, Leads and Opportunities records.
  • Attach files to comments – in addition to mentioning a user or a group, you can now attach files to Chatter comments.
  • Share card enhancements – share text, links, pictures, and files from any BlackBerry 10 application directly to a User, Group, or Record Chatter feed.


The updated functionality in the app will allow you to access even more data from Salesforce, but this is just the beginning. Let the team know what you think of the update and what you would like to see in the next version in the comments below.

The update is available as a free download from the BlackBerry World storefront and may take up to 24 hours to appear.

About Ali Rehman

@AliRehman81 is the Enterprise Social Marketing Manager at BlackBerry. He is involved in managing social media program for the B2B community. Also focusing on developing engagement and awareness across various social properties. Outside of work he is a massive aviation fan and big supporter of the 'Blue Angels (USN)' aerobatics team.

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