Salesforce Spring ’22 Release Top 10 New Features.
Salesforce Spring ’22 Release Notes are out and here are some of the new features we are excited about.
Link to Salesforce Spring ’22 Release Notes.
1. Edit Multiple Fields Inline on the Report Run Page (Beta)
Now you can update statuses and clean up data without rerunning your reports. Save time while staying up to date by editing multiple records inline on the report run page. Make inline changes in multiple rows or columns, and then save all the changes with a single click. It’s a perfect way to update multiple statuses or clean up data without having to rerun your report.
2. Control the Default Records Your Users See with Scoping Rules (Generally Available)
Based on criteria that you select, you can set the scope of records that your users see. Use a scoping rule to help your users see only the records that are relevant to them. A scoping rule doesn’t restrict the record access that your users already have. They can still get to all the records that they have access to per your org’s sharing settings.
Scoping rules are available for custom objects and these standard objects.
- Account (Scoping rules don’t support PersonAccount fields)
3. Register More Specs with OpenAPI 3.0 Support
You can register even more complex, publicly available API specifications. Register schemas that use OpenAPI 3.0 JSON format.
4. Monitor Your Slowest Desktop Record Pages
Discover which pages are taking too long to load. A new prompt in the Lightning App Builder takes you to the Lightning Usage App, which lists the desktop record pages with a median estimated performance time (EPT) of 4 seconds or longer.
If you’re working in Lightning App Builder and have slow desktop record pages, a one-time prompt directs you to the Lightning Usage App table.
Improve the user experience by finding out which pages need tweaking. The table lists the page name (1), developer name (2), number of views (3). Open the record page in Lightning App Builder and view the Record Page Performance Analysis results (4).
5. Create Web Apps with Lightning Web Runtime on Node.js (Developer Preview)
From static websites to single-page applications, Lightning Web Runtime (LWR) makes web development fast, secure, and standards-based. With LWR you can create standalone Lightning Web Components (LWC) applications while using your preferred tooling and code. And you get the high performance that comes from page generation at build time, not runtime.