Support the Salesforce Lightning interface

Currently the Aha! to Salesforce integration must be installed using the classic interface. After that, it can be used via the Lightning interface.

As a Salesforce admin, it would be nice to be able to install the app via the Lightning interface as well.

  • Scott Goldblatt
  • Jan 25 2017
  • Future consideration
Release time frame
  • Nov 13, 2018

    Admin Response

    The Aha! to Salesforce integration does work in the Salesforce Lightning interface. The only caveat is the one noted in the description of this idea - it must be installed via the classic interface, but once installed it can be using via the Lightning interface by the Salesforce users.

    Some of the comments below may make it sound like the app cannot be used in the Lightning interface, but this is not correct.

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  • Daniela Marquez commented
    February 02, 2017 14:56

    YES! this would be required for our use of Aha with Salesforce Lightning as well!

  • Joe Mitchell commented
    November 01, 2017 16:56

    Need this to feature Aha! more prominently in LEX instead of burying it in the details.

  • Devin Anderson commented
    April 18, 2018 21:26

    Inability to support Lightning integration is a huge miss for us. We make all our strategic roadmap decisions leveraging the integration to see opportunities tied to feature requests. Please don't make us look for an alternative and I'm not meaning an alternative to SFDC. Sorry, CRM will always take priority.

  • Guest commented
    April 18, 2018 22:11

    We have an integration currently in place from Salesforce Classic to Aha for ideas and in testing Saleforce Lightning we have discovered that the integration it breaks.  This is a big deal for us.

  • Jeremy Atkin commented
    April 18, 2018 22:18

    This integration is a big deal for us and is a main reason we went with Aha! 

  • Robyn Diamond commented
    May 15, 2018 16:20

    Hey Aha friends! Is there an update or ETA on this? Integrating with Lightning would be HUGE for us. Thanks!

  • Guest commented
    August 16, 2018 20:45

    The visual force pages need to be updated. Right now it's managed and you can't check the lightning box or save a copy and then check it. The navigation does not function properly in lightning and it makes the AHA product look like it does not work properly. Also the VF pages need the design system styling applied if you were to keep those. 

  • Laura Giles commented
    November 09, 2018 18:18

    We have one of SFDCs largest userbases (top 2) and cannot revert all our users back to classic. This is blocking adoption for us.

  • Gary Azriel commented
    November 12, 2018 21:20

    We are moving to lightning. Will the Aha integration work in lightning, we already have it in classic?

    That this issue has been hanging out as a future consideration for close to 2 years is sad. I hope you can resolve the issue soon.

  • Vanessa Barnett commented
    November 12, 2018 21:42

    It's disappointing to discover that we may have to look for another solution for tracking feedback if SFDC Lightning is not supported, especially after all the work we did to integrate Aha! into our current classic implementation. 

  • Robyn Diamond commented
    November 26, 2018 20:08

    It's not that this doesn't work with Lightening, it's that we need this to be a Widget in Lightening. Right now, you are forced to have Aha! in the main stack which isn't ideal. As a sales organization, you only want critical sales/client necessary data there & ancillary data surrounding, like Aha!. 

  • Guest commented
    December 05, 2019 20:25

    I think the ask here is for Aha to have a Lightning Component vs. being a Visualforce Page that has to be embedded in the Page Layout.  Having to use the Page Layout significantly limits flexibility, such as conditionally displaying the area based on criteria or placing it on other parts of the page.  This is a major limitation.

  • Paloma Aparicio Escuder commented
    December 13, 2019 12:43

    The Salesforce integration is for us a big benefit, but we are using the lightning interface. If this version is not officially supported, we should do a much more extensive test to check that the integration works properly and this will mean much more effort.

  • John DiGregorio commented
    27 Jan 20:42

    We are in the process of migrating to lightning and have similar issues to the ones below.   We have been able to move all other VF pages to tabs.  However, we are unable to move Aha as it is a managed package.   If anything, it would be helpful if you just changed it to an unmanaged package and let us adjust the VF pages and the Apex code