#1MinuteTip #SalesforceSummer23 To improve performance, Salesforce is changing the way that automatic account sharing recalculation works behind the scenes for the Case and Contact objects.
Salesforce no longer store implicit child share records between accounts and their child case and contact records. Instead, the system determines whether users can access child case and contact records when they try to access them. This release update is available starting in Summer ’23.
Salesforce enforces this release update in existing production orgs in Winter ’24. To Enable Faster Account Sharing Recalculation by Not Storing Case and Contact Implicit Child Shares, follow the testing steps, and click Apply Update when your org is ready.
Product Area: Platform
References & Useful URLs
- For Related Summer ’23 Release Note Article – Click here
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