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This was a temporary bug that has since been fixed. You should be able to replay any tasks that failed due to this error.


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Figured out a workaround at least for my use case. There doesn't seem to be a way to use local references in these queries that I can figure out, but you can import your full set of data into separate tabs of the sheet (One SF object per tab is what imports), and then use the native sheets QUERY function to pull information out of those tabs as necessary ...


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Yes, go to "Use a custom Value (Advanced)" and provide your Queue id, starting with 00G I think.


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After some time and research, I've determined that this is, in fact, not a thing.


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Yes. Assuming you will not be starting a brand new Salesforce instance and instead are just upgrading user licenses to Premium CRM licenses. The beauty of the Salesforce Platform is that you can continually roll out new applications and features without interrupting current functionality. I'd highly recommend purchasing a sandbox instance so you can have ...


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