Salesforce Spring 15 is coming

Salesforce Spring 15 New Features – Part 1

I spent Christmas Eve pouring over the new Spring 15 release notes thoroughly enjoying my first Christmas present of the season. Does that make me a little odd? Possibly, but why else would salesforce release these on Christmas Eve unless they knew there were a large group of people like me? (no need to answer Read more about Salesforce Spring 15 New Features – Part 1[…]

Salesforce Spring 14 New Features – Part 2

The Salesforce Spring ’14 release notes are out, and clocking in at 323 pages, it’s another big list of features to digest. In case you haven’t seen the announcements, the release itself has been pushed back about a month, and the new release dates are here. Being too big for one post, we split this Read more about Salesforce Spring 14 New Features – Part 2[…]

Salesforce Spring 14 New Features – Part 1

The Salesforce Spring ’14 release notes are out, and clocking in at 323 pages, it’s another big list of features to digest. In case you haven’t seen the announcements, the release itself has been pushed back about a month, and the new release dates are here. Similar to the Summer ’13 and Winter 14 releases, Read more about Salesforce Spring 14 New Features – Part 1[…]

Salesforce Winter 14 Features – Part 1

The Salesforce Winter ’14 release notes are out, and it’s another big one. Not sure why the logo is a polar bear stuck on an ice island (Chatter is supposed to connect everyone! Make it an ice-bridge or something) but, despite that, we have 303 pages of new features to digest in a few weeks. Read more about Salesforce Winter 14 Features – Part 1[…]

Salesforce Summer 13 Features – Part 1

The Salesforce Summer ’13 release notes are out, and it’s a monster. Coming in at 258(!) pages, there really are too many features this release to describe in one post, so I’m going to break it out into two. Part I below will cover overall salesforce platform and Sales Cloud features, while Part II will Read more about Salesforce Summer 13 Features – Part 1[…]

Salesforce Winter 13 Features – Highlights

Salesforce has just posted the release notes for the Winter 13 release and despite the terrible logo (I definitely preferred the Game of Thrones one better) it is full of some great features. I’m sure they’ll be hyping some of these up – and more – at Dreamforce, but here’s a quick list of the Read more about Salesforce Winter 13 Features – Highlights[…]

Some Salesforce Spring 12 Features Identified

The Spring 12 pre-release of salesforce is officially out and it offers a peak at some of the new features coming out. One word of note is that the release notes are still not out (if they are, I can’t find them), so in theory none of this is official. But, if it’s in the pre-release, there’s Read more about Some Salesforce Spring 12 Features Identified[…]

Salesforce Summer 11 New Features Announced

Salesforce has opened up the pre-release of Summer 11 and with that come therelease notes describing all of the new features. We haven’t seen a release date yet, but here’s a look at what’s coming in Summer 11: Chatter Enhancements – Lots and lots of new Chatter changes. This is the third release in a row that has been Read more about Salesforce Summer 11 New Features Announced[…]

Details of salesforce.com’s Spring 11 release coming out

Right on the heels of wrapping up Dreamforce, Salesforce has begun to make official some of the new features that will be part of Spring 11. This list is evolving as salesforce flags some of the Ideas posts (a few new ones were added today), so be sure to keep checking. Some of the highlights so far Read more about Details of salesforce.com’s Spring 11 release coming out[…]

Spring ’10 Is Coming

The next Salesforce release – Spring 10 – is coming in early February. Details are starting to come out about what’s in there, but the easiest way to see is the free pre-release trial. To sign up, go tohttps://www.salesforce.com/form/trial/prerelease_spring10.jsp. Some of the top features seem to be: Quotes – The Pilot from Winter 10, is Read more about Spring ’10 Is Coming[…]

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