How to Create Free Salesforce Developer Edition

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Nitin Gupta

You may obtain any number of free Salesforce Developer accounts. These are fully functional accounts that can be used to write applications, test applications, or experiment with techniques. Because they are free, they represent a potential alternative to building a sandbox environment when building out such an environment is impractical. These steps are demonstrated below, how to obtain a free developer edition account.

Click on link ‘https://developer.salesforce.com/signup’ Doing so will take you to the free Developer Force sign up page.

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Simply fill all the fields and click the ‘Sign me up >’

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You will receive a confirmation email with a link to your new developer account.

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Click ‘Verify Account’ and you will be asked to create new password for your developer account.

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To enter free Developer Account create new password and Click ‘Change Password’

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Congratulations, you have successfully created your free developer account.

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How to Remove Salesforce Mobile Verification

Nitin Gupta

In many cases, Salesforce verification code is not a big issue. You can Log In to Salesforce from an unknown IP address. A five digit code will be generated and send on your registered mobile number, by entering that code you get access to your org.

Screenshot (61).pngTo Remove Salesforce Mobile Verification, follow these steps:-

Step 1:- Enter five digit code, sent on your registered mobile number

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Step 2:-

  • Click Setup
  • Click Manage Users
  • Click Users

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Step 3:-Click User name

Screenshot (68).pngStep 4:- click Edit

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Step 5:- Remove Mobile number

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Step 6:- Click Save

Step 7:- Log In again in your Salesforce Org

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You have successfully removed Salesforce Mobile Verification.

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