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Get Started with Einstein Recommendation Builder
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#AwesomeAdmins, if you know about Flow, you know the power of automation. In fact, ever since Salesforce launched in 1999, our focus has been on automation — beginning with transforming sales.

Over the years, we’ve built low-code tools to help you automate business processes and actions, such as Flow and Einstein Next Best Action. Now, we’re empowering admins to bring AI into their workflows with a new capability: Einstein Recommendation Builder.

Introducing Einstein Recommendation Builder

Einstein Recommendation Builder is the industry’s most easy-to-use recommendation engine. As Salesforce Admins, you can use Einstein Recommendation Builder to build personalized recommendations in context with clicks, not code.

What are recommendations?

Recommendations are fairly common in the consumer space. You may have seen these while shopping with your favorite online retailer or browsing for movies or music. For example, if you’re a Netflix customer, Netflix will share recommendations with you based off of factors such as your viewing history, how you’ve rated titles, and other customers’ preferences.

Einstein Recommendation Builder brings a similar recommendation engine capability into the Salesforce Platform that can be leveraged for CRM applications across any domain and vertical.

Here are some of the recommendations admins can build with Einstein Recommendation Builder.

What does this mean for Salesforce Admins?

Admins can help their users solve business problems fast by deploying personalized recommendations in real time. Using clicks, admins can create intelligent recommendations quickly and leverage the power of low-code tools, like Einstein Next Best Action and Salesforce Flow, to automate those recommendations.

Einstein Recommendation Builder makes it easy for you to build AI-powered recommendations, allows you to seamlessly combine machine learning with business rules, and provides model transparency with metrics.

How to build and deploy recommendations

Let’s walk through a scenario together.

Here, you’re looking at a new service work order from a customer.

New service work order in Salesforce

But the challenge is that this work order doesn’t have the right product parts to resolve the customer’s issue. Because of that, we’ll use Einstein Recommendation Builder to recommend the product parts most likely needed for the work order.

Here are the steps:

  1. Go to Setup in your Salesforce org, and search for Einstein Recommendation Builder.
  2. Select the Salesforce object that contains what you want to recommend. In this case, it’s the Product object.Then, select a Recipient object, which is the object that receives the recommendation. This would be the Work Order object.And then, choose the object that stores the past interactions between those objects. This would be the Products Consumed object.



Products consumed object

3. Name your recommendation so you can easily identify it later, and give it a brief description.

4. Build the recommendation! This may take up to several hours depending on the amount of data used in your recommendation.

5. When your recommendation is ready, you can deploy it using Einstein Next Best Action.

6. Create a strategy in Strategy Builder, and choose the object you’ll use to display your recommendations.

Then, add your new recommendation to the strategy and run it.

7. Go back to the Work Order record page, and edit the page in App Builder.

8. Drag the Einstein Next Best Action component to the page, add your new Action Strategy, and click Save.

9. And that’s it! We can now see the product parts most likely needed for the work order.

After a user accepts or rejects a recommendation, a flow will execute.

Best practices for admins when building recommendations

Before deploying recommendations, admins can configure the settings of their recommendation to improve the quality and performance. Here are some best practices to keep in mind.

Use segments
Segment your Recipient or Recommended Items objects to focus only on relevant records.

Exclude irrelevant fields
By default, Einstein considers all the fields in the Recipient and Recommended Items objects. You can exclude fields that aren’t relevant to your recommendation. Doing so can improve performance and mitigate some kinds of bias.

Define positive and negative interactions
The way you define positive and negative interactions can affect your recommendation’s performance. You can get better results if you define a positive interaction as the desired outcome. An example of a positive interaction is when a contact purchases a product.

Negative examples aren’t required but can help improve the recommendation. They give useful predictive signals, when available. An example of a negative interaction is when a prospect explicitly rejects a promotion.

Keep in mind, building a good recommendation that meets your business needs is an iterative process. If you’re not satisfied with the quality of your recommendation, you can always refine it.

How do I get started?

Einstein Recommendation Builder is available to existing Lightning Platform Plus and Service Cloud Einstein customers. In April, it will be available to Next Best Action Additional Requests customers.

To dive deeper into Einstein Recommendation Builder, we recommend reviewing the following resources within the Help & Training documentation.

Be sure to engage and share feedback or even use cases with us in the Salesforce Einstein Group on the Trailblazer Community. We’d love to hear from you!

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