Let’s see how it is possible to check what edition of Salesforce you use:
- Log in to your Salesforce account and hover over the gear icon on the top-right corner of the page near your account photo.
- From the drop-down list choose ‘Setup’. …
- In this section navigate to Settings ⇒ Company Settings ⇒ Company Information.
- Click on it and in the opened section scroll to the Company edition field. …
- Log into Salesforce and click Setup.
- In the Administer section, click Company Profile > Company Information.
- Your Salesforce version is listed in the “Organization Edition” field.
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How do I Find my Salesforce Enterprise Edition?
The easiest way is just login in Salesforce and just hover over your Salesforce Tab it will show your Salesforce Edition. 2. Type in company 3. Chose company information I have an org that I am certain I created as a Developer org, but it says Enterprise Edition.
What version of Salesforce do I have?
Probably the best way to determine what version of Salesforce you have is to navigate to Setup > Administration Setup > and then click on the “Company Profile” heading (not any of the sub categories), as in the screen shot below: You’ll see what version of Salesforce you’re running displayed in the right pane.
How to check Salesforce release in Salesforce?
To check Salesforce release Login to Salesforce Instance –> Go to Home Tab –> If you look at top right side of window, you can see “Spring’17 for Developers label ,which means we are using/in Spring’17 release.
Does Salesforce Developer Edition have any knowledge licenses?
Additionally, it does not appear to have any Knowledge licenses, which Developer orgs should have. Salesforce – Developer Edition means we are using Develope Edition.