That time of the year is here again, would you run out of books from Christmas, you can read through release notes. What I found in them and liked a lot? Top features In Winter ’20 (October 2019) Salesforce will start switching users to Lightning at all orgs. I mean all, where users have the Lightning Experience UserRead More…
Beginning of October and the winter is here. I mean Winter ’19 release of Salesforce with tons of new features, here are those which catch my attention.
Summer release is around the corner (June 2 for most of my customers), a tons of quick summaries in the wild plus Jen’s detailed summaries as well. Time to go through the release notes myself and think which enhancements could be benefical for my clients.
With less than a week before a new release will hit my customers, I had to go through Salesforce Release Notes for the Spring ’18 release. We (I mean most of those who blog about new features) usually brag about how many pages we had to read to be up to date, so today I checked it and it isn’t that bad. The release notes has 455 pages, 40 of them is the table of content at the beginning and at the beginning of each „chapter“ we usually have one or two pages of short summary as well. So I think that in last two hours I flipped through maybe 300 pages. Still a lot, poor me 🙂