James Keaney, Director of Solution Architecture
Salesforce will upgrade their platform on June 11 to the Summer ’17 release. Last week I covered some of the new features that I am looking forward to. This week I have a few new features that I think will make Salesforce Administrators lives easier.
Package Path: Now you can migrate the Path metadata between environments. Admins who have implemented Path will be thankful for the amount of time it will save them copying and pasting text and re-selecting the key fields.
Flow Lightning App component: add your visual flows to Lightning Record Pages. This feature is generally available now. This is the best thing since sliced bread if you are a flow guru.
Launch Flows in Lightning runtime from buttons, links and custom tabs: Visual flows are now executable in the Lightning Experience. This now works within the new environment so no more blank screens and empty windows.
Flow redirect: use a retURL parameter to control where your flow returns when executed from the Lightning runtime.
Dynamic flow screen fields: This pilot allows you to select which fields on the UI of a visual Flow display based on user input.
New Setup look and feel: the Setup has been given another lick of paint. The Setup resembles the Console allowing for multiple tabs for each of the setup options.
Migrate Communities: You can now move communities between orgs. This will make administrators lives much simpler when creating or updating a community portal.