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#SalesforceSummer24 – Let Einstein Build a Draft Flow for You

#SalesforceSummer24 You can now let Einstein build a Flow for you. Describe what you want to automate and let Einstein generative AI handle the heavy lifting.

#SalesforceSummer24 – Filter Records in Workspace in Sales Cloud Everywhere

#SalesforceSummer24 Boost sales team productivity with personalized workspaces & filter record options in Sales Cloud Everywhere.

#SalesforceSummer24 – Arrange the Fields as Per Your Preference in Sales Cloud Everywhere

#SalesforceSummer24 As your sales reps use Sales Cloud Everywhere, they can choose the fields they want to see and arrange them the way they want ...

#SalesforceSummer24 – Introducing Buyer Relationship Map

#SalesforceSummer24 Visualize contacts across company levels, on opportunities and accounts, with the buyer relationship map.

#SalesforceSummer24 – Introducing External Client Apps

#SalesforceSummer24 Introducing External Client App - new generation of Connected App to create, manage, & update your external client apps.

#SalesforceSummer24 – Partitioned Domains in More Orgs

#SalesforceSummer24 To maximize the availability of your orgs, My Domain uses partitioned domains for new developer, scratch, demo & Trailhead Playgrounds orgs

#SalesforceSummer24 – Grant Specific Permission to Manage Custom Domains

#SalesforceSummer24 Permit users to add, edit, and delete custom domains and custom URLs without granting them broader admin privileges.

#SalesforceSummer24 – Lightning Editor for Email Composers in Email-to-Case

#SalesforceSummer24 Use the new Lightning Editor for Email Composers in the docked and case feed email composers based in HTML 5.

#SalesforceSummer24 – Manage Visibility for Your Email Routing Address

#SalesforceSummer24 Now you can decide whether users need permission to use an email routing address to send emails.

#SalesforceSummer24 – Enterprise Territory Management Is Now Sales Territories

#SalesforceSummer24 Manage territories the same way you did by using Enterprise Territory Management, but now under the name Sales Territories.

Einstein for Developers is now a Part of Salesforce Extension Pack (Expanded)

#1MinuteTip Salesforce has announced that Einstein for Developers (Beta) is now a part of the Salesforce Expanded Pack!

#SalesforceSummer24 – Required Fields Appear Automatically in Create Records Element in Flow

#SalesforceSummer24 In Create Records element in Salesforce Flow, the required fields now appear automatically when setting the field values.

#SalesforceSummer24 – More Actions in the Intelligence Views

#SalesforceSummer24 Boost productivity with more actions now available in the Account, Contact, and Lead Intelligence views.

#SalesforceSummer24 – Enhancements to Apex Scheduled Jobs

#SalesforceSummer24 You can now monitor Apex scheduled jobs more efficiently. Track usage, schedule jobs & manage jobs scheduled through cron.

#SalesforceSummer24 – Update Records Using External IDs in REST API

#SalesforceSummer24 You can now update a record using the value of its external ID with the new updateOnly parameter in REST API.

#SalesforceSummer24 – Single Place to View & Manage Field History Tracking

#SalesforceSummer24 You can now view and manage field history tracking across various objects from one place in Setup.

#SalesforceSummer24 – New User Permission: Manage Dev Sandboxes

#SalesforceSummer24 You can now provide users the ability to create, clone, refresh, and delete only Developer and Developer Pro sandboxes.

#SalesforceSummer24 – Return to Your To Do List Exactly as You Left It

#SalesforceSummer24 The To Do List now helps users pick up right where they left off from the previous session by remembering their filters, sort order, ...

#SalesforceSummer24 – Build Flows More Easily with Auto-Generated Element Names

#SalesforceSummer24 Now when you add an element to your flow while in Auto-Layout mode, a value in the Label is generated automatically.

#SalesforceSummer24 – View Your Elements by Label in Flow Builder Toolbox

#SalesforceSummer24 Elements are now listed in the Flow Builder toolbox by their label instead of by their API name.
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