In the Salesforce data source, you can select which Salesforce objects you wish to pull. For example,
For every selected object, Panoply's ingestion process will extract and load all the available fields, including custom ones that you've added in your Salesforce account. Although the names of the fields (both custom and default ones) will most likely be similar to what you are used to seeing in the Salesforce dashboard, it might also be different. The table and field names in Panoply are determined by the names that Salesforce actually uses in their backend system.
Every custom field that you have saved in Salesforce will always have a postfix of
__c to its name in the Panoply table. In the screenshots below, we have an example object named
Store, which has two custom fields to denote the store's type of business and its number of employees, respectively. Salesforce attaches the
__c postfix to these fields, and this is also likely to reflect in your Panoply table.