About Salesforce Document Libraries
First things first. Salesforce uses different and often confusing terminology to describe the storage of documents within their application. They generically refer to the storage of files in their application as Salesforce CRM Content. However as a user, you will not see anything called "Salesforce CRM Content" in the application. Instead you will most likely see "Files." This location is where you can upload your own personal files. But it is also where Document Libraries are exposed.
To learn the different ways files are used in Salesforce, see Differences Between Files, Salesforce CRM Content, Salesforce Knowledge, Documents, and Attachments.
Document Libraries are setup by your Salesforce administrator or a user with elevated permissions such as a Marketing Manager who owns the publishing of corporate sales enablement materials. The most common use of Document Libraries is for the storage of sales enablement materials such as whitepapers, datasheets, presentations and more. Illumineto Spark supports Document Libraries.
Salesforce API access required
API access must be enabled for your user in Salesforce for Illumineto Spark to connect to your Salesforce org.
Note: This setting is only available if you have the Enterprise Edition of Salesforce.
Your Salesforce administrator controls your profile and permission set. To access the API (to issue calls and receive the call results), your user must be granted the “API Enabled” permission.
Client applications such as Illumineto Spark can query or update only those objects and fields to which they have access via your permission set. To edit your profile, your admin will need to go to Setup | Manage Users | Profiles in the Salesforce user interface to grant the “API Enabled” permission.
I'm a Salesforce user: Where do I see if I have a Document Library?
It's easy to check. See the two diagrams below to determine if you have Document Libraries already setup. Your approach to seeing your Document Libraries will vary slightly, depending on which user interface you are using (Salesforce "Lightening" or "Classic").
I’m a Salesforce admin or elevated user: I want to create Document Libraries
Regardless of whether you are using the Lightening interface or not, there is only (thank goodness) one way to create Document Libraries in Salesforce. First, get yourself into the “Classic” interface if you’re not already in it. Don’t know how? Here’s a hint forchanging between Salesforce Classic and Lightening user interface. Next, click on the “+” icon to the for right of the menu items. You will then see all of your available options you can add. In this case, select “Libraries.” Once selected, follow the prompts. We’ve included some pretty pictures below to assist you. For additional information, check out Salesforce’s own documentation on viewing and editing libraries.