#SalesforceSpring23 – Faster Account Sharing Rules Recalculation

#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

Implicit sharing between a parent account and its child objects.

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)

Implicit Share Records between account and their child case and contact
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