Tag Archives: release notes

What’s Hot in Summer 13

It’s always hot in the summertime, and Ryan and I tried to heat it up a notch by spreading the word on all the new things coming out in the Summer ’13 release. If you missed it but you want to see the full show, you can find the recording on youtube. We covered a lot out of the release notes in a little less than an hour, but I’ll give you the cliff’s notes version here.

The Spring ’13 Preview Release Notes Are Out!

Spring is here!

The weather outside is frightful, but Spring is right around the corner. Spring ’13, that is. Here are just a few things we’ll be delivering in this release. User-Focused Help We broke up the huge 4000+ page “How to be Successful with Salesforce” user guide into 14 new downloadable guides, divided by role, Salesforce product […]

Winter ’13 Preview Release Notes – Winter is coming!

Winter is Coming

You’ve been waiting all summer, so patiently. And now, the wait is over. The preview release notes are here, and they are chock full of great new features. Here’s a small sampling: Polls in Chatter Starting in Winter ‘13, you can create a poll in your feed. Polls are a great way to get people’s […]

Spring ’12 Preview Release Notes – It may be cold and blustery outside, but Spring is coming!

Oh boy, they’re here!  The Salesforce.com Spring ’12 Preview Release Notes! The Documentation team has been feverishly working on these over the past several weeks, and we think you’ll be pretty excited about the features coming up.  We certainly are! One of the first things you may notice when you open the Spring ’12 Preview […]

Summer 11 Pre-release and the System.URL class

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The Summer 11 pre-release program is now available. Have you signed up for it, and the pre-release webinar on May 10th? If you have, you may have noticed a very helpful new Apex class, System.URL.

Change Sets now GA in Spring 11

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Change Sets are GA as part of Spring 11. Change Sets assist in promoting a strong development lifecycle on the Force.com Platform. Here’s a few tips to get you going.