#1MinuteTip Salesforce announces the General Availability of Scale Center – a product that provides self-service and near real-time access to performance metrics. Scale Center is available to all “Unlimited Edition” customers.
With Scale Center you can:
📈 View real-time performance metrics 🔍 Detect and diagnose performance hotspots 🤔 Compare performance over different time periods
#1MinuteTip#SalesforceSpring23 Salesforce provides implicit sharing between a parent account and its child objects (cases, contacts, and opportunities) and creates implicit child share records on these objects.
Product Area: Customization -> Sharing
With Spring ’23 release it is changing the way that automatic sharing calculation works behind the scenes for case and contact objects. Salesforce will no longer store child implicit share records between accounts and their child case and contact records. Instead, the system dynamically determines whether users can access child case and contact records when they try to access them. Not storing the child implicit share records speeds up ownership and sharing rule recalculation for accounts.
Here is an illustration on the number of “Share” records that will be created before Spring ’23 release (highlighted in red) and the number of share records that will be created after Spring ’23 release (highlighted in yellow)
To enable this feature, please contact Salesforce Customer Support.
References & Useful URLs
For Related Spring ’23 Release Note Article – Click Here
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You can measure the performance of your Salesforce Org in Experience Page Time or EPT in short. EPT measures how long it takes for a page to load into a state that a user can meaningfully interact with.
EPT can be measured in 4 ways
Add an EPT Counter to the header of your App
Use the Lightning Usage App to view page and browser performance
Build a custom report using Lightning Usage App objects
Use the Event Monitoring Analytics App to monitor performance with event types
Further, EPT Counter in Salesforce can be added
By enabling Lightning Components debug mode in setup
By appending a string to your app or page url
In this blog post, we will look at how to enable it by appending a string to the URL
So, to add the counter, navigate to any record or app page in Salesforce
Append ?eptVisible=1 to the URL -> Hit ‘Enter’
Notice EPT Counter is visible besides favorites icon
Now navigate to different pages and check how much time the page takes to load. Note the times so that you can compare the difference after you have worked on improving the performance.
Here are some Dos and Don’ts when using EPT Counter in Salesforce. If you follow these then there are chances that you will get an accurate time in EPT counter.
Disable Lightning Components Debug Mode
Load the page 4-5 times and take the average time
Close the current page or tab and navigate to same from different page or tab
Test in different browsers
Test in incognito and guest windows also
Test across machines with same hardware and software configurations
Clear the cache and measure load time
Reload the page manually
Hard reload the web page
Open the page in a new tab
Once you are done working with the counter, don’t forget to remove it from the UI. It’s as facile as adding it. Just append url with ?eptVisible=0
Voila! The counter is disappeared.
Use EPT counter in Salesforce diligently to measure your app’s and pages performance in Lightning Experience and make necessary improvements from time to time.
In today’s fast paced world, everybody expects instant service. Whether it’s express delivery, express check-in or 4G internet speed for faster browsing experience. Some of you may have even tested your Internet Service Provider’s (ISP) speed on popular speedtest websites to verify the download and upload speed you are getting. Similarly even Salesforce has a tool called “Salesforce Performance Test” to test the speed
Salesforce Performance Test
To access this tool, simply log-on to your Salesforce org and remove everything after “[your domain name].lightning.force.com/” in the browser URL. Keep the forward slash after “force.com”.
Replace it with “speedtest.jsp”. So your new URL would look something like this “https://[your domain name].lightning.force.com/speedtest.jsp”. Click “Enter”.
You will be redirected to Salesforce Performance Test page. Now click “Test” Speed”.
Once Test is finished, results will be displayed.
A latency of 150ms or lower & download speed of 3Mbps or higher is considered as good and recommended. Lightning Experience performance will be smooth in these conditions.
This looks interesting isn’t it? So go ahead and check your stats. If you don’t get the recommended scores as mentioned earlier then follow the steps in Help article listed below to mitigate the problems. It may be arising because of one of the following issues: