Oops! I Didn’t Want to Dismiss All by Kyle Thornton
The infamous Matt Brown threw out a question the other day
After some back and forth with Matt it turned out there are many questions on the Salesforce.com Answers forums related to getting reminders back after a user clicks ‘Dismiss All’ on the reminders pop up. I decided to give this a stab and the following is the result.
I created a Visualforce Page that simply has a button on it along with a disclaimer of what the button will do.
Finally, I created a very simply home page component with a link to the visualforce page. The component name is “Reset Reminders For My Open Tasks and Event” and the html (be sure to check the ‘show html’ checkbox) is:
My only change would be here and replace the section of code that created the below Homepage component:
with a button. The button on the Homepage looks like this:
Here is the code for the button:
Finally, you can install an unmanaged package of the home page component (don’t forget to add it to a page layout), visualforce page, controller and test method with this link:
*Remember, you can change the path to https://test.salesforce.com… to install to a sandbox.
This excellent Post was from a fellow blogger Kyle Thornton over on his blog knthornt.wordpress.com