Winter '20 brings access to a new Mobile Experience for users. Allowing for tighter integration between desktop and mobile experiences. What's new? When is the release? We take a look.
Salesforce's Winter 20 has a number of Critical Updates and updates re: Product Retirement. Read for why, when, and what to do to prepare.
For most orgs, there is less than a month left for the Winter 2020 Release from Salesforce. Are you release ready? In this post we will cover the top features of the Release and confirm release dates for the Winter 2020 Release from Salesforce.
Get ready for the next release from Salesforce, with Summer ’19 Release just around the corner. What new features are in store for your org and when can you access it? In this post we will take a look at the top new features for admins, so
Spring '19 promised new features for your Salesforce. What will it include for Sales and `Service Cloud, find out here!
The first release of 2019 is almost here… Yes, I typed that right, 2019! I was sitting in a meeting today, and we were planning the roadmap out to 2021. It’s crazy to think… But as the seasons change, we hit the start of the
Time marches on and 2018 continues hurtling towards summer (or winter for the southern half of the planet). But it is that time of year again where we get to investigate and plan for the Summer ’18 release from Salesforce, which is due to
UPDATE: Read the latest post covering the Top Features of Winter’19 release. The Winter ’19 Logo Contest is now open…. Even though Summer ’18 release is not even released yet!! Salesforce is already planning ahead to
It only feels like a few months since Spring ’18 release… Oh wait, it was. As time marches on, we are now due for the next release from Salesforce with Summer ’18 release. Over the coming weeks we will start the normal
Spring ’18 is now live for most orgs, but there appears to be some changes included in the release which haven’t been documented :-O The great news for us Admins, the changes actually resolve a number of ‘simple’ problems