While things warm-up for summer down under, our friends at Salesforce have just delivered some ice-cool new features with their Winter ’20 release.
Here’s my heads-up on what I think are the 5 coolest new features & enhancements in Winter ’20.
Now you can control user visibility for each item in the Help menu and make it more meaningful for your business and potentially easier for the user to understand.
In Summer ’20, UTF-8 encoding will be an option for configuring email fields so you can communicate and serve your customers that are already using these address standards without using a work-around.
Easier template storage and retrieval. This improvement is designed specifically to help Sales Representatives work smarter and faster so they can focus on making sales not admin.
You no longer have to export report data to a spreadsheet (or get an admin to create a one-off custom formula field) when you need to make a calculation on every row in a report. Just write a row-level formula directly in the Lightning report builder instead, saving loads of valuable time and resource.
Many businesses and other organisations are becoming increasingly conscious of the environmental and waste impact their behaviours and policies have on our planet. To this end, this new feature will be welcomed by the Salesforce user community.
Get the full Winter ’20 Release notes here:
Disclaimer: This article is only intended to give you insight into the new features planned for the Salesforce Winter ’20 release that I think will be most interesting to you. The information in this message has been prepared based on the Winter ’20 release notes provided by Salesforce.
Salesforce note that the inclusion of functionality in the release notes does not guarantee inclusion in the final version of the Winter ’20 release, or that it will work exactly as it does on the pre-release evaluation versions.
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