Send salesforce reports as Excel attachments to any email address (including non-salesforce users).

What does it look like?

Your reports go to users as an attached Excel file in an email from you:

Use Cases

Problem:  You have an external vendor that needs an up to date product list on a weekly basis, but you don't want to give them a user account.
Solution:  Create a product report and use Report Sender to schedule the report to be run and emailed to their email address on a weekly basis.

Problem:  The CEO doesn't have a license for salesforce but wants to know what deals are closing this month.
Solution:  Schedule your pipeline report to be sent to the CEO's email directly.

Problem:  You have external partners sending you leads through web-to-lead and you want to give those partners regular updates of the status of their leads.
Solution:  Use a different Lead Source for each of your web-to-lead forms (one per partner), create a report for each partner, and then use the Report Sender to send the results of those reports to the partners on a nightly basis.

The directions below have been deprecated. Please follow the Report Sender Installation Guide instead.

If you are already using the Report Sender available in the PowerPack Admin tab, please contact us using the chat in the bottom right to schedule a migration to the new Report Sender.

How does it work?

Start with a Salesforce Report - any report will do.  There are no restrictions on objects or fields, and all salesforce sharing rules and field level security for your user will be obeyed.

Follow these 3 easy steps to get your report sent by email on a scheduled basis:

Step 1: Open PowerPack Admin & Navigate to Report Sender

Step 2: Click "New Schedule" and Confirm Authorization

Step 3: Pick The Report and Schedule

At this point, your job is scheduled to go out.  You can also test the report by adding your email as a recipient and clicking "Send Now" in the report list.

You're Done!

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