Turn on the New Salesforce Mobile App Tablet Experience

#1MinuteTip #SalesforceSpring21 Choose whether your tablet users see the new or the previous tablet experience. This single-column layout matches what users see on their desktop and phone. It supports Lightning apps, Lightning navigation, and Lightning record pages. Previously, you had access only if you were in the pilot or logged a case.

New Salesforce Mobile App Tablet Experience

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Analyze Performance For Lightning Pages Viewed on a Phone

#1MinuteTip #SalesforceSpring21 Performance Analysis in App Builder now assesses record page performance for the phone form factor. New tabs in the Page Analysis window give you separate results for a Lightning record page when it loads on a desktop and on a phone so you can design your page for optimal performance on both.

Lightning Pages Performance

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Salesforce Mobile SDK 9.0 Now Available

#1MinuteTip Salesforce announces the availability of new version of its Salesforce Mobile SDK, which focusses on developer and end-user productivity. For example, with multiple windows for iPadOS, users can work with different records side-by-side.

For more details about this release, please refer to this blog post from Salesforce – What’s New in Mobile SDK 9.0?

Salesforce Quick Navigation Widget in iOS

#1MinuteTip  #SalesforceSpring21 Use the Salesforce Quick Navigation widget to get to your most important items right from the home screen of your iOS device.

The widget displays the first four navigation items of the navigation bar of the Lightning app you most recently accessed in the Salesforce mobile app, including Mobile Only. And if you personalize your navigation items for a Lightning app, the widget updates accordingly.

Salesforce Quick Navigation Widget in iOS

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