Valuable tips on how to obtain your OmniStudio Certification

Valuable tips on how to obtain your OmniStudio Certification

Salesforce OmniStudio gives you the tools to easily create a guided user interface without any code and allows you to access data from your Salesforce org, or even other places. Did you know there are a few valuable secrets you should know before you are taking the exam for the OmniStudio Certification?

 

Quick Facts about OmniStudio

OmniStudio consists of multiple components, the most important being: OmniScripts, DataRaptors and Integration Procedures. If you want to know more about the individual purposes of these components, please check out 10 important things you need to know about Salesforce flows and Omnistudio.

What you should know about the OmniStudio Certification

For a while, Salesforce has been offering a new developer certificate: the Salesforce OmniStudio Developer Certification. Earning this certification means you are a certified OmniStudio Developer with the proper knowledge about OmniScripts, DataRaptors, Integration Procedures and much more. To earn this credential, you need to pass the Salesforce OmniStudio Developer exam. This exam consists of 60 multiple-choice/multiple-select questions. To pass, you need to successfully answer 67%. That’s quite a high score, but if you keep on reading we’ll provide you with all the tips and tricks on how to pass the exam.

Job Opportunities

Salesforce OmniStudio is gaining more and more momentum. That’s because OmniStudio offers a few interesting benefits: less implementation time, easier to maintain and widely applicable. Quite a few companies are switching from Apex code to OmniStudio’s click and drag solutions. The growing amount of OmniStudio work creates a nice opportunity for developers. As an OmniStudio Developer, your work day consists of developing intuitive guided user interfaces that use data from different sources (closely tied together). Your end users might buy their fully customized mobile phone contract using your interface. If you want to become an OmniStudio Developer, there is no better time to start.

Use all valuable sources

When I was studying for my Salesforce OmniStudio Developer Credential, I used a multitude of sources. At first I went through the Trails and Trailmixes on Trailhead. These helped me a lot because Trailhead offers both all the required theoretical knowledge, as well as hands-on experience. During these modules you’ll first read about the OmniStudio components. After you feel comfortable with the knowledge you took in, you can do the quiz. These quizzes are located at the bottom of every module. The quiz will test your knowledge and if you answer correctly, they will reward you with points and even badges. With this information only you should be able to do the exam.

But wait, there is more…

To really get to know the content, I advise you to request an OmniStudio Developer Edition Org in which you can get that hands-on experience I mentioned before. This org can be reused in every module, because right above the quizzes you will find a link to some exercises which allow you to recreate the scenarios mentioned in the texts. When you’ve really mastered all of the Trailhead modules, you can spend some time reading up on the topics you find more challenging. This can be done in the very extensive OmniStudio Documentation. After this, you will definitely be ready to pass the Salesforce OmniStudio Developer exam.

Wrapping things up

As you can see, now is the perfect time to start preparing for the OmniStudio Certification. Luckily, a lot of valuable and hands-on resources are available. These resources not only enable you to prepare for the exam, but also enable you to fully deepen your knowledge about OmniStudio.

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Take a deep dive

Use the resources listed below for the perfect preparation:

Trails and Trailmixes:

Request an OmniStudio Developer Edition Org:

OmniStudio Documentation:

Have you just graduated or do you have a couple of years experience, but are you ready for something new? Check out our vacancies here.

Or read more background information here and contact us directly for a consultation.

Rik Bonhof
Author // Rik Bonhof

Rik Bonhof works as a Software Engineer at CaseNine. Rik is responsible for various Salesforce Projects. He is a certified Salesforce Developer, Salesforce Industries CPQ and Salesforce Omnistudio Developer.

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