How to Display a Conditional Related Record Lightning Component in Salesforce
In this video, we will cover how a Salesforce Administrator can display a related record component conditionally on an object that supports dynamic lightning pages. For this example, we’ll use the case object. Let’s say I want to display the contact details when the client is almost out of hours. Here are the steps to take to display a related record component on the case object:
- Edit the Lightning page layout by clicking on the Setup gear in the upper-right-hand corner, and select Edit Page.
- Add the conditions to the related record lightning component.
- Click on the component, then select Add Filter to input filter criteria.
- Select save.
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