SalesforceSummer22

#SalesforceSummer22 – In-App Guidance Prompts on Lower-Level Components

#1MinuteTip #SalesforceSummer22 In In-App Guidance, you can now show prompts on lower-level elements like:

  1. Einstein Search in global header
  2. Help in global header
  3. Trailhead in the global header
  4. Action buttons in the Actions Ribbon on list views and record pages, or
  5. Target elements in the Utility Bar
In-App Guidance Prompts on Lower Level Components
Image Source: Salesforce Summer ’22 Release Overview Deck

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#SalesforceSummer22 – Manage Expiry of Permission Sets & Groups

#1MinuteTip #SalesforceSummer22 Managing the expiration of permission sets and permission set groups has been simplified.

First enable this feature in User Management Settings as shown below.

Salesforce Enable expiry of permission sets & groups

Then specify the expiration date either while adding the assignments or from ‘Manage Assignment’ button.

Salesforce specify expiry date while adding or managing permission sets or groups

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#SalesforceSummer22 – Emails with Objections Flagged by Einstein

#1MinuteTip #SalesforceSummer22 Einstein Email Insights can now flag objects made in the email. Help sales reps stay on top of critical emails that mention concerns that are stopping an engagement from moving forward. Insights make it easier to send the perfect response at the perfect time.

Salesforce can now flag emails with objections
Image Source: Salesforce Summer ’22 Release Overview Deck

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#SalesforceSummer22 – Monitor Critical Changes to Permissions

#1MinuteTip #SalesforceSummer22 You can now Create transaction security policies to monitor critical changes made in permission sets and permission set groups. If a change doesn’t comply with internal usage, compliance, or security policies, create policies to notify you and block changes. You can also track multi-factor authentication for user interface logins.

Salesforce Monitor Changes to Permissions
Image Source: Salesforce Summer ’22 Release Overview Deck

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#SalesforceSummer22 – Matrix Question in Salesforce Survey

#1MinuteTip #SalesforceSummer22 Salesforce Survey now supports matrix questions that allow participants to respond to multiple questions with the same set of choices.

Matrix questions help boost survey completion rates. Create shorter surveys by grouping related questions and including one or more selection questions in a single matrix question. Participants can easily evaluate the common set of choices in a matrix question and complete surveys faster.

Matrix Question in Salesforce Survey

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