In order to enable multi-currency feature in Salesforce, you must

Below is the answer and explanation for the question in the Salesforce Exams.

In order to enable multi-currency feature in Salesforce, you must

  • Contact ✅
  • Check the Enable Multi-currency checkbox in your Chatter profile
  • Operate your business in at least two different countries
  • You cannot enable this feature once you’ve implemented Salesforce.

Correct Answers

Contact ✅


Before enabling multi-currency, check the implications of enabling this features:
After being enabled, multiple currencies can’t be disabled for your organization
Enabling this feature needs lockout duration that depends on the data space used by your organization.
The currenct Currency Locale will become the default currency stamp
Upon enablement, existing records are stamped with a default currency code that you provide in your enablement request
After enablement, all currency fields display the ISO code of the currency before the amount. For example, $100 displays as USD 100
If you have only one currency in your multi-currency organization, you can set a preference to display currency symbols instead of ISO codes: Go to “User Interface”, and then select “Show currency symbols instead of ISO codes”

To enable Multi-currency, you should:
In Setup, select Company Information and click Edit. Ensure that your selected currency locale is the default currency that you want to use for current and future records.
Check the checkbox “Allow Support to Activate Multiple Currencies”, and then save your changes.
Open a case with Salesforce support, and mention your Org. ID and your confirmation that you understand the implications of enabling multi-currency

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