Currently, Summer’20 release is available under the pre-release program. On the and 29th of May, Sandboxes will be upgraded, as a result, your organization will get the look and feel of Summer’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.
For example, features like, Work Through Lists with Ease Using Split View for Standard Navigation, Deliver Einstein Article Recommendations in Five New Languages (Pilot), Build Accurate Models Using Random Forest Algorithms (Pilot), Prepare Data with the Next Generation of Data Prep (Beta), and Einstein Search new beta features are now available in Lightning Experience.
Also, check out these beta and pilot features:
- Search with Everyday Words Using Einstein Natural Language Search (Beta): – Natural language search lets users enter common words and phrases in the search box to find the records that they want. Natural language search is supported for accounts, cases, contacts, leads, and opportunities.
For example, if your sales rep enters my closed cases last year, Einstein Search interprets those words as a person does. The results show every closed case owned by that sales rep in the last year. Examples of natural language searches are available in the Help documentation.
- First-Party Tracking (Beta): – Pardot added first-party tracking to keep you from losing prospect activity data, give you more flexibility with campaign attribution, and block traffic that doesn’t come from your domains. To protect consumers’ privacy, web browsers are moving away from supporting third-party cookies over the next few years. The marketing industry uses third-party cookies to track prospect engagement across marketing assets and domains. Opt into this beta to stay on the leading edge of visitor tracking.
- Get Improved Shift Management (Beta): – Managing shifts in the schedule view is easier than ever. Shifts that span multiple days have a new look, so it’s easier to identify availability. Read the rest of this entry!