How to Find Your Salesforce Org ID

Julie Contino |
 Learn Salesforce |
 Dec 20, 2021

In this video, we’ll show you how to check the Salesforce Org ID. Your Salesforce Org ID is the identifier for your Salesforce instance, and you’ll need it when you need to check the status of your Salesforce instance, or whenever you need to contact Salesforce Support. All Salesforce Organization IDs start with 00D. You can find your Salesforce Org ID within the Setup menu – here’s how to find it:

1. Navigate to the Setup Menu.
2. In the left-hand menu, navigate to
Settings > Company Settings > Company Information.
3. Your Salesforce.com Organization ID will be listed under
Organization Detail > Salesforce.com Organization ID,
and will start with 00D.

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