Next weekend the release window for the Salesforce Summer ’21 release ends, and our team has chosen the most interesting topics for our daily tasks at Modelit. Keep reading to find the most appealing new updates, upgrades, and features.
Lightning Web Component Quick Actions
This brand-new feature is one of our team favorites. Simplifies process and saves users time.
Make the custom component that’s essential to your users’ workflow easier to access. By defining the component as a screen action, your users can click the quick action and upload the receipt in a pop-up window without leaving the page.
Build Multicolumn Screens in Flow Builder
This feature is finally GA, and it makes us very happy! Now, you can divide each flow screen into multiple sections and columns to create a visually appealing and effective layout — without touching a single line of code, and on top of that, the multicolumn screen layout is responsive!
Skill up your employees
Learning Paths(Generally Available) is a very compelling new feature. Adding custom links to Learning Paths and sending your users to your learning resources. It lets you personalize your employees’ skills in the flow of work.
Empower sales managers and reps
Pipeline Inspection allows Sales teams to have a single view of their pipeline including key metrics, opportunities and insights into recent changes, and multiple filtering options. This feature helps sales managers have more time to coach reps to close more deals and sales teams to focus on major opportunities.
Mass Actions in Split View
Now you can select records and take actions on them in Split View saving your time! Action is supported in both Standard Navigation and Console.
Having to choose the highlights between so many updates, upgrades and features is hard work, but we try to identify the most relevant for our team. Remember you can find all the information here
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