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Salesforce Winter’ 15

Released on January 3rd, 2015

General Enhancements

General enhancements affect many users.

API Access Change for Connected Apps

With the current release, all users of approved connected apps must have the “API Enabled” profile permission turned on to allow access to all features.

New Look and Feel for Documentation PDF Files

Salesforce documentation PDF files got a makeover! The fresh new design features intuitive page layouts, a new color scheme, and easily scannable text.

Help & Training Search Includes Success Community Content

Help & Training search now returns valuable content from more sources to make it easier to find what you’re looking for.

Introducing Duplicate Alerts and Blocking (Beta)

Now you can maintain clean and accurate data with Duplicate Management. Control whether and when you allow users to create duplicate records inside Salesforce, customize the logic that’s used to identify duplicates and create reports on the duplicates you do allow users to save.

Updates to Translated Terminology

Salesforce has updated some terminology, including tab and field names for Hebrew and Korean language users. You can find details about the changes made by reviewing the knowledge article available from the Salesforce Customer Support site. For each term, Salesforce provides the English version and the corresponding previous and new translations.

More Streamlined Look for the Rich Text Editor

The Rich Text Editor, also known as the HTML Editor, that’s available in most rich text area fields has a new look, better performance, bug fixes, improved styling for pasted data, improved handling for pasted images, and increased compatibility with newer browsers. The updated editor is also available in rich text area custom fields on records and more.

For a full list of changes, download the PDF version of these release notes.


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