Salesforce Summer ’19 Release

Salesforce Summer ’19 Release

Salesforce is back again with Summer 19 Release. In this Hot summer, Salesforce comes with some of the cool features. I go through the Salesforce Summer 19 Release Notes and found some point. Which are useful for both Salesforce Admin and Developer.
In this Summer 19 Release Notes Salesforce keep its focus on Lightning Web Components, Lightning experience and Einstein. If you still looking to study about LWC, you can do that there.

Summer 19 release

So, let’s take a quick look on some points.

1. Lightning Experience Transition: Critical Update and Transition Tools

In Winter ’20, Salesforce is turning on Lightning Experience for all orgs. Therefore, We can take advantage of the time now to prepare our org and users. There are some inbuilt tools like new Lightning Experience Transition Assistant and its collection of handy transition, which we can refer. Salesforce will enable Lightning Experience by October 12, 2019.

2. Keep Record Context When Switching from Salesforce Classic to Lightning Experience

When we switch from Salesforce Classic to Lightning Experience, now we will land on the same page in Lightning Experience, if it exists. If the same page doesn’t exist in Lightning Experience, we will be redirected to our default landing page, which is determined by the org default or our customizations. Previously we land on default landing page.

3. Power Up the Related Lists with Enhanced Related Lists

With Enhanced Related Lists, we can show up to 10 columns, resize and sort our columns, perform mass actions, and wrap text. Because of this now its easy to work on related list.
From the related lists component in the Lightning App Builder, select Enhanced List from the Related List Type dropdown. We can customize how many records to display at once and choose whether to show the list view action bar.
Choosing Enhanced List affects all related lists in the component. To customize which columns, appear in a related list, edit the related list in the page layout editor and add more fields.


4. Search Picklist Fields in List Views

Now we don’t have to manually pick through our list views to find the picklist values we’re looking for. List view search now includes picklists in the query results. Dependent picklists and picklists with translated values aren’t searchable.

5. Send Surveys for Free

We no longer need a license to create and send surveys. Anyone who has been assigned one of the provided four profiles can create and send unlimited surveys for free.
This change applies to Lightning Experience in Performance, Partner Developer, Enterprise, Developer, and Unlimited editions where Salesforce Surveys is enabled.
Enable surveys and assign one of the profiles to users who create and send surveys.