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Salesforce Summer 19 WizardCast Overview

WizardCast Episode 91

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Salesforce Summer 19 release is nearly upon us! As always, Mark and Brian dive in to go over some of the features they’re excited for… and ones we’re not all that excited for.

From Lightning Experience improvements, reports and dashboards, to the all important Critical updates, we go through the long list of 429 pages of release notes so you don’t have to! Although, you really should.

Show Overview

0:00 Disaster “plan”
02:11 Joke
03:50 Introducing Salesforce Summer 19 release
05:00 Mark hasn’t read the release notes
07:50 “Free” Surveys
14:30 Chrome Popup Blocker Message Troubleshoot issues with Firefox
22:28 Account Partners and Opportunity Partners in Lightning
27:50 Reports and Dashboard updates
34:00 Jen Lee Jumps up and down for Custom Metadata in Process Builder
39:09 THANK YOU SHANNON HALE, Duplicate Elements, Undo buttons in Flow Builder
49:50 Beta and Pilots
52:30 Row leve formulas in reports! Beta
58:49 CRITICAL Updates & Retiring features
1:04:00 Video of Undetermined Amount of Time Until the Next One. Trailshred
01:07:00 Post Credits
01:08:00

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