Salesforce is one of the most popular Customer Relationship Management (CRM) platforms in the world, providing a range of tools and solutions for businesses to manage their customer relationships and operations. With the arrival of the Spring ’23 release, Salesforce is introducing a wide range of new features and enhancements designed to help businesses optimize their workflows, improve their customer engagement, and gain deeper insights into their data.
In this blog post, we will provide you with an overview of everything you need to know about the Spring ’23 release, including its key features, benefits, and potential impact on your business operations. Whether you are an existing Salesforce user or considering adopting the platform, this guide will give you a comprehensive understanding of the latest updates and how they can benefit your organization.
Spring ’23 is imminent, and it will be in our settings soon. This release, like the previous ones, includes a slew of new Salesforce Flow capabilities.
Element Descriptions are Easier to See
Hovering over the information symbol displays the element’s description. This is a fantastic improvement for the new flow builders.
Descriptions are Visible on the Canvas
The descriptions are now visible on the canvas. No description bubble appears next to the element if an element lacks a report.
Data Table is Generally Available
Salesforce has introduced the data table component as a beta feature. The data table is made generally available in the Spring ’23 release. There are also some enhancements! The data table may now be previewed on the screen, and it enables composite fields such as Name and Address.
No More Element Iteration Limit
When your flow reached 2000 items, a flow-specific limit was triggered. This limitation proved a problem for more significant flows with loops. Although there were some workarounds for this limitation, it was undeniably an issue. This constraint is removed in the Spring ’23 version, and you may say goodbye to the ITERATION_LIMIT_EXCEEDED error!
HTTP Callout (Beta)
You can now access external web services using the action element’s new HTTP Callout (Beta) button. You can make the callout directly from this action by specifying a Named Credential and providing a sample JSON Response. After receiving a sample JSON answer, the flow will automatically construct a matching data structure. This data structure is accessible in Flow Builder without using any code. Then you can map data types from the JSON response to flow variables.
Dynamic Forms for Flow Now Supports Multi-Select Picklists
Despite significant constraints, dynamic Forms for Flow became broadly available with the Winter ’23 release. Additionally, active Forms for Flow begins to offer multi-select picklist fields in the Spring ’23 release.
The multi-select experience differs from the multi-select choice element in several ways. However, dynamic Forms for Flow multi-select picklist fields provide the same experience as record page multi-select picklist fields.
Reactive Screen Components (Beta)
A dream has come true! You can use reactive screen components to make your screen components react to a user’s activities on the same screen. Before the Spring ’23 version, you had to put a component in a different screen to react to changes in another component.
To participate in the beta, you must enable the permission in Process Automation Settings.
The following reactive components are supported in the Spring ’23 release:
Text, Date, Date, Time, Checkbox, Number, Password, Currency, Data Table, Email, Name, Address, Slider, Toggle, and Custom LWC Components are all valid options.
Choices, Formulas, Display Text, and Record Fields (Dynamic Forms for Flow) have yet to be reactive but will be in the future.
Choice Lookup (Beta) Component
- Using the new Choice Lookup (Beta) component, you may now present your options in a Lookup manner.
- You can use this new component to present your options in a lookup fashion. On the other side, you can use this component with a filtered record choice set or collection choice set. This allows you to create lookups with filters.
- When you click on the field, it displays all available options, similar to a picklist field (and not like a lookup field).
- Another fantastic feature is that you can now access both the label and the value of the selected option!
Migrate to Flow Tool Supports Process Builder Processes
- Salesforce released the Migrate to Flow Tool a while ago. Prior to the Spring ’23 release, it could only migrate workflow rules. You can use the same tool to migrate your Process Builder processes as of the Spring ’23 version.
- First, decide which process you wish to move.
- Then, choose whatever process criteria you wish to migrate to a flow.
- Finally, test and refine your flow.
Enhancements to the Orchestrator
The ‘New Flow’ Modal now includes Record-Triggered Orchestrations.
Creating a new orchestration is now much easier to find. The ‘New Flow’ modal that displays when creating a new Flow now includes Record-Triggered orchestrations. If you require access to an auto launched orchestration, you can do it via the ‘All + Templates’ page.
Work Guide Mobile Support is now available.
The work guide component may now be accessed on phones and tablets, allowing your users to engage in an orchestration while on the road.
Orchestrations as Templates
Do you need to re-use an orchestration? Orchestrations can now be saved as a template, so your users or customers don’t have to start from zero.
Integration with MuleSoft
You may now connect directly to the Anypoint platform using the new MuleSoft Services tab in Setup, then utilize this connection to discover and register REST APIs from your Anypoint Platform as an External Service.
This dramatically simplifies and expedites connecting to the Anypoint Platform, saving you countless steps.
- Use SOSL to Search for Individuals in Salesforce Flow – With the addition of the Search for an Individual Action, SOSL can now be used to search for Contact, Lead, or Employee data.
In conclusion, the Spring ’23 release is set to bring exciting new capabilities to the Salesforce platform, allowing businesses to work more efficiently and deliver better customer experiences. With enhancements across a range of areas including marketing, sales, service, and analytics, the latest release offers a wealth of opportunities for businesses to stay ahead of the competition and achieve their goals. By keeping up-to-date with the latest Salesforce updates, businesses can ensure that they are maximizing the value of their investment in the platform and staying at the forefront of trends. We ho industry pe this blog post has provided you with a useful overview of the Spring ’23 release, and we encourage you to explore the new features and capabilities to see how they can benefit your organization.
Q: How many Salesforce releases are there in a year?
Salesforce has three major releases every year, known as Spring, Summer, and Winter releases. The Spring release is typically rolled out in February/March, the summer release in June/July, and the Winter release in October/November. Each release brings a range of new features, enhancements, and improvements to the Salesforce platform, helping businesses stay up-to-date with the latest technology and trends in the industry. In addition to the major releases, Salesforce also provides regular updates and bug fixes throughout the year to ensure the platform remains stable and secure.
Q: What is Salesforce Spring 23 release date?
Salesforce spring 23 release dates are: January 13, 2023, February 3, 2023 and February 10, 2023