Brainiate is an online free community for Salesforce professionals who want to brainstorm, collaborate, and expand their networks.

The community is set on a Slack group. Members can get and provide advice and support as well as stay up-to-date with the latest trends and news.

The Slack group has 9 channels to organize topics discussed by members. The first one is a space for admins to ask questions. The second channel includes AI writing assistance for Salesforce admins. Members get to understand and clarify their doubts. It's also common to find links to Youtube videos focused on this topic.

The next two channels address descriptions and phrases for Salesforce admins. Then, you can find a general space to discuss several topics related to Salesforce and a humor channel to have fun and hang out with others.

The following channels are dedicated to publicizing new features in the community as well as to notifying members about changes in the Notion community space. Lastly, there is a random channel for everything else.

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  • Membership: Free Community
  • Year Founded: 2020
  • Founders:

    David Giller

  • Amount of members: 1,500
  • Online Group: Yes
  • Job board: No
  • Language: English
  • Method: Virtual


Join an active group:
This community allows interaction among members. They have different spaces to discuss topics related to Salesforce and similar issues. You can ask questions and help others solve their own doubts.

Find assistance:
The community provides three specialized channels where members can get assistance regarding AI writing, description, and phrases for Salesforce admins.

Meet like-minded people:
Inside the Brainiate community, you will be able to interact with like-minded professionals worldwide. Indeed, it's a great place to find other Salesforce admins and get peer support.


No requirements.


Networking Events

Members of Brainiate interact through a Slack group. They have 9 channels to organize their conversations. On the one hand, they can receive assistance regarding Salesforce topics. On the other hand, they have free channels such as general, humor, and random, to discuss off-topic content.

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