I'm currently doing the walkthrough for "Lightning Experience Customization". On the section of "Create a Custom Detail Page Button", I am trying to create a new button called "Map Location". The issue is that after I create the new button and add it to the page layout, it is not showing up.
Trailhead says I should "Expand the actions menu, and select Map Location." but when I do that, it does not appear.
I have already updated the page layout so I don't know why it isn't showing up.
Other people report the same problem. The account is linked but not all of the badges show.
One factor might be changing the email address attribute for the Trailhead org, which I might have done, when we link our Success profile to Trialhead, we have to use our email address -- instead of a Trialhead org username (which is weird).
I also tried registering my Trailhead org, where all the badges show, with the Success Community, but it wasn't able to verify the email address. I guess because it was already linked.
Right now, when you link your badges, this is a link for "Missing Badges", but it just goes to a Trailhead landing page with no contact information.
I'd be happy to take the six badges over, but since they show on the Trialhead side, I can't earn them again.
I've tried relinking the account several times, but the missing badges stay missing.
Any help would be appreciated. It seems to me that developer resources are needed, but there doesn't seem to be a mechanism for filing a Trailhead case.
Here's the exact steps:
Create a Help Page for the Candidate Object
We highly recommend that you create help pages for your custom objects. It's easy to provide useful information about your object by using a simple Visualforce page. Your users will thank you!
Let’s create a simple Visualforce help page to reference from your Candidate object.
From Setup, enter Visualforce Pages in the Quick Find box, then select Visualforce Pages.
Enter a label for your page — for example, Job Candidate Help.
Enter a unique name for the page — for example, Job_Candidate_Help.
In the Visualforce Markup area, enter information about your custom object. You might want to include dependencies, next steps, or other tips for using the object.
1 <h1>Help for the Candidate Object</h1>
3 <p>The Candidate object is for identifying and tracking individual candidates for job positions.</p>
4 <p>Sort candidates by Name, Location, Last Modified, and Prospect Rating.</p>
Now let’s reference the help page you just created from your Candidate object. To do this, we’ll edit the Candidate object.
In the Setup Quick Find box, type Object.
Under Create, click Objects.
Click Edit next to the Candidate object’s name.
Select Open a window using a Visualforce page and choose the page you created.
[Custom object help display setting]
I'm stuck on the very first step. Please advise!