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Hi all, 

I am on Create Object-Specific Quick Actions unit on Trailhead and somehow when I get to Test the Action in the Salesforce Mobile App, nothing happens on the app. I cannot see the Properties Custom Object even in the navigation menu. I have been following all the steps exactly as they appear on each task, one by one and I also passed the challenge. So, clearly I am doing the right thing, but it bugs me that I cannot see the results on the Mobile App.

I have tried everything and looked everywhere but it seems that my Salesforce App is not connected to Trailhead or something! I apologise in advance if I am not making any sense as I am new to Salesforce. 

I would really appreciate it if anyone have been through the same issue and found a solution or workaround. 

Many Thanks.
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I've managed to create a lightning homepage component with 1 column using the below component, style, and design elements. If I re-use the {!v.main} in the component page more than once, I receive an error. 

I want to be able to create 3 horizontal sections as shown in the last image below. Is it possible? 

COMPONENT
<aura:component implements="lightning:homeTemplate">
    <aura:attribute name="main" type="Aura.Component[]" /> 
    <div>
        <lightning:layout horizontalAlign="spread">
            {!v.main}
        </lightning:layout>
    </div>
</aura:component>

DESIGN
<flexipage:template >
        <flexipage:region name="main" defaultWidth="Xlarge">
        </flexipage:region>
    </flexipage:template>

SVG
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8" standalone="no"?>
<svg width="120px" height="120px" viewBox="0 0 120 120" version="1.1" xmlns="http://www.w3.org/2000/svg" xmlns:xlink="http://www.w3.org/1999/xlink">
	<g stroke="none" stroke-width="1" fill="none" fill-rule="evenodd">
		<path d="M120,108 C120,114.6 114.6,120 108,120 L12,120 C5.4,120 0,114.6 0,108 L0,12 C0,5.4 5.4,0 12,0 L108,0 C114.6,0 120,5.4 120,12 L120,108 L120,108 Z" id="Shape" fill="#2A739E"/>
		<path d="M77.7383308,20 L61.1640113,20 L44.7300055,63.2000173 L56.0543288,63.2000173 L40,99.623291 L72.7458388,54.5871812 L60.907727,54.5871812 L77.7383308,20 Z" id="Path-1" fill="#FFFFFF"/>
	</g>
</svg>

This is the error I receive
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This is the layout I can render but doesn't work if I add components to it
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There are lots of tools available on web for conversion of IBM Lotus Notes file to Outlook format. Here I suggest all users before using any tool to first try the manual solution through which you can easily export entire NSF file data to PST. I have also used manual solution and I am fully satisfied of their conversion. So I would also like to recommend the same.
For more details about manual conversion procedure, here:- Easy methods to export data from NSF to PST.  

nsf to pst