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Enable chatter feed tracking via package install

Accounts & Contacts

 As a chatter developer, I would like to be able to enable chatter feed tracking on a standard object field via package installation so that I can enable chatter tracking for new fields that my package creates.

Our package creates a custom field on the lead and contact objects and it would be nice to be able to cause changes to these fields to be added into chatter feeds so that users don't have to manually configure this in order to get value out of our chatter integration.

On a side note, it would also be nice to be able to do this with "Network Access" IP ranges :-)

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  • Andrew Smith - 10 years ago

     What happens if the subscriber was to disable these settings?  Does your app stop working?  We're looking at how we could do this, so I'm curious if you would just like to see the settings on by default and the subscriber can turn them off or if they must always be on with no option for the subscriber to disable?
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