Create a Trailhead Playground| Trailhead Playground Management

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Create a trailhead playground |Trailhead Playground Management

Learning Objectives
After completing this unit, you will be able to do the following:

Build a trailhead playground.
Clarify the difference between a trailhead playground and a developer version org.

What is a trailhead playground?

A trailhead playground is an organ that you can use to complete hands-on challenges and make new features and customizations. Like a real playground, a trailhead playground lets you adapt and adapt without affecting anything (in this case, your production organ).

The only difference is that playing in the playground means swinging from monkey bars and riding merry-go-rounds. In Trailhead Playground, this means writing Lightning Web components and creating custom objects. Which, if you ask us, is just as fun!

You can do almost anything in your trailhead playground, and it comes with a set of trailhead-specific data that you can use to complete challenges. Trailhead playgrounds have some limitations, but for the most part they give you customization options similar to production orgs. And although you can pursue a real-life playground, your trailhead playground never ends, as long as you keep using it.

What is the difference between trailhead playground and developer version organization?

If you are used to trying out new Salesforce features and playing around in the development environment, you may already have a Developer Edition (DE) org. A DEAG is an organ we provide for free to test new features and implementations in Salesforce without affecting the production org

A trailhead playground is like the DE Org, but specifically for the trailhead. Trailhead Playgrounds come with trailhead-specific data and a pre-installed package that we use to test your hands-on challenges. Trailhead Playgrounds includes tools to perform certain tasks that you will often find yourself accomplishing easily, such as searching for your username and resetting your password, and installing managed packages.

If you use an existing DE org, however, we understand. Just click on the name of your organ under any hands-on challenge or project step and then click on connect org and log in to your DE org. Once you link your DE org to your Trailhead account, you will be able to launch it with any hands-on challenge.

Build your first trailhead playground

Once you’ve created a Trailhead account with your Salesforce account or a linked social account, we’ve done all the hard work for you! A trailhead playground is built automatically and linked to your trailhead account.

In every hands-on challenge and project step verification, you will see the name of the hands-on org and the launch button. The trailhead automatically selects your most recently used ORG or, if you have tried a challenge before, the org you last used for that particular challenge. If you have never used hands-on organ before, the trailhead defaults to your most recently built playground. You can always choose the organ you want to work by clicking on the name of your organ and choosing one from the list.

A project step where you click launch to open your playground

To create a new trailhead playground, click on the name of your organ and click Create Play Ground. Give your playground a name, click Create, and that’s it! Now you have an organ that you can use to complete handheld challenges and projects and test new features and code.

If you are using a trailhead in a language other than English, make sure your playground is set in the same language as the hands-on challenge. Otherwise you may run into issues going through challenges.

Trailhead Playground Management

Create a modal for the playground

Launch your trailhead playground from the stage of the challenge or project with any hands by clicking launch. Your playground opens in a new browser tab or window.

What if a badge asks me to make a different kind of organ?

As you earn more badges, you can see that some modules and projects use features that are not available at any trailhead playground. In these modules, you must sign up for a feature-specific test organ. If you are working with the Nonprofit Cloud trail through the Fundraise to learn about the Salesforce Nonprofit Success Pack (NPSP), for example, you must sign in for the NPSP Trial Org. If you want to learn how to determine priorities with Einstein lead scoring, then you will need an organ with Einstein lead scorin.

Create a Trailhead Playground

If you are completing a hands-on challenge in a trial organ, connect it to the trailhead as you would in any other developer version ORG: Hands-on Challenge, click the name of your organ, click the connect org, And enter credentials for your test. org

To create a new Trailhead Playground, click the name of your org and click Create Playground. Give your playground a name, click Create, and that’s it! Now you have an org that you can use to complete hands-on challenges and projects, and test new features and code. 

If you’re using Trailhead in a language other than English, make sure that your playground is set to the same language as the hands-on challenge. Otherwise you may run into issues passing challenges.

Launch your Trailhead Playground from any hands-on challenge or project step by clicking Launch. Your playground opens in a new browser tab or window. 

Answers – Create a Trailhead Playground

How do you create your first Trailhead playground?

A.You email Trailhead support.
B.You don’t. We create it for you!
C.You sign up for a new Developer Edition org.
D.You complete a hands-on challenge.

What’s one reason to use a Developer Edition org instead of a Trailhead playground?

i) You have an existing Developer Edition org.
ii)You don’t want to go through the effort of making a Trailhead playground.
iii) You’re new to Trailhead.
iv) You’re a developer.

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Pramod Kumar Yadav is from Janakpur Dham, Nepal. He was born on December 23, 1994, and has one elder brother and two elder sisters. He completed his education at various schools and colleges in Nepal and completed a degree in Computer Science Engineering from MITS in Andhra Pradesh, India. Pramod has worked as the owner of RC Educational Foundation Pvt Ltd, a teacher, and an Educational Consultant, and is currently working as an Engineer and Digital Marketer.

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