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Display Progress Bar using Formula Field in Salesforce - No coding is required


In this post, I will show how you can create a progress bar just using formula field in Salesforce. No coding required.

The requirement is that for "Job Application" object, we have a picklist called "Status" which is having the values as -
Based on the value chosen in pick list, we need to display the progress bar showing the progress of Job Application. So let's do that -

Step 1 -
We need to upload two image files as Static Resources first. 
Yellow bar -
Green bar -

Step 2 -
Create a field called in the Job Application object which will calculate the progress based on the values chosen in the Status field. The screenshot given below -

Step 3 -
Create another formula field to display the progress. The detail of the field is given below -

Done.!!
Let's check how our Job Application page looks like -

When Status = 'New' -
When Status = 'Review Resume'
When Status = 'Phone Screen'
When Status = 'Schedule Interview'
When Status = 'Extend an offer'
When Status = 'Hired' / 'Rejected'

Great. Any feedback, please let me know. Thanks.


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3 comments:

  1. The blog gave me idea to display process bar using formula field my sincere thanks for sharing this post and please countinue to share this kind of post
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  2. Fantastic, this was just what i was looking for. Thanks

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  3. Thanks.
    Very nice. I think it will be better if you round the result.
    e.g:
    TEXT( ROUND (VALUE/6 *100, 2 ) ) & '%'

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