Currently, Winter’20release is available under the pre-release program.On the 6th and 7th of September, Sandboxes will be upgraded, as a result, your organization will get the look and feel ofWinter’20 release. In this release, you will find lots of new features, as well as, new enhancements related to Lightning Experience, Lightning Flow, Lightning Web Component, Apex, Communities, and APIs.
Count Unique Values in Report Results (Beta): –See how many distinct values your report returns with a unique count. For example, opportunity reports often list multiple opportunities with the same account. Add a unique count to the Account Name column to see how many individual account values appear in the report. Unique counts appear as grand totals at the bottom of the report and as subtotals for each group. Read the rest of this entry!
Salesforce Admins and developers have enough to deal with day-to-day. Manually managing the development and delivery schedule for your Salesforce team should not be one of them. Unfortunately, the release management process in Salesforce can be a complicated and unpleasant experience for most developers and trailblazers. The distributed team of developers, admins and technical architects that are required to build and release enterprise-class customer experiences on the Salesforce platform is challenging to orchestrate. Getting that team to work together and deliver releases on schedule every month, week, and even daily can seem impossible.
The scenario is so common. You’ve been preparing for the next release for weeks, but you know it will be painful and full of issues. You’ve done all that you can with your team, so you go through your manual to-do lists… and hope for the best. Worst of all, the moment this release is done, you face another even more complicated release with less than half the time to plan as this one took.
Unfortunately, today companies can’t keep up the pace required to bring their digital business initiatives into production with manual and unstructured release processes. They need to incorporate modern DevOps best practices into their Salesforce implementations. Eliminating the headache of cross-development and release management as a project risk enables organizations to focus on innovation. Mistakes in the development and delivery process have a domino effect. When the system breaks, trust in the software breaks down, usage dwindles, and investments are lost.Read the rest of this entry!