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Salesforce Summer ‘22 Release

  • 16 Mar 2022
  • elizabeth_keenan

Although it might still feel like winter, we are almost 1 month into spring and that can only mean one thing, Summer ‘22 Release. Here is what we know so far. We’ll update this post as new dates are released. 

Key Dates & Timeline

  • May 7th - Sandbox Preview
  • May 21st - Release Weekend 1
  • June 4th - Release Weekend 2 
  • June 11th - Release Weekend 3

Tips

  • Read the Release Notes(available here when released) -> filter the release notes to find specific updates
  • Blog posts from trailblazers regarding releases are available here
  • Take a look at this post to see how to refresh your sandbox
  • Check the date releases coming out for your instance (click here to check)
  • Join this Trailblazer Group to get the latest on all things release readiness and get involved with the #Summer22Treasure
  • Do the Release Readiness Trailmix and the Summer ‘22 Trailhead (when available)
  • Before the release date, test your main Use Cases to ensure everything will continue to work correctly
  • Need more tips? Check out this post of ours

Confirmed Scheduled Updates: 

Accurately Measure the CPU Time Consumption of Flows and Processes (Release Update) [see update here]

Applies to: Where: Lightning Experience and Salesforce Classic in Essentials, Professional, Enterprise, Performance, Unlimited, and Developer editions.

First made available in Spring ’21, Salesforce enforces this update in Summer ’22. This update allows Salesforce to accurately measure, log, and limit the CPU time consumed by flows and processes. It is recommended to test all complex flows and processes, which are more likely to exceed this limit. 

Create Sharing Rules to Retain and Control Guest Users’ Access to Products (Release Update) [see update here]

Applies to Lightning Experience and Salesforce Classic in Essentials, Professional, Enterprise, Performance, Unlimited, and Developer editions

This update changes how unauthenticated guests can access product records and is controlled, to better protect your Salesforce data. 

Disable Ref ID and Transition to New Email Threading Behavior (Release Update) [See details here]

Applies to Lightning Experience in Essentials, Professional, Enterprise, Unlimited, and Developer editions.

First made available in Winter ’21. Salesforce now matches email headers to their corresponding cases. With the new threading behaviour, new outbound emails don’t contain a Ref ID. 

Make Paused Flow Interviews Resume in the Same Context with the Same User Access (Release Update)[See details here]

Applies to Lightning Experience and Salesforce Classic in Essentials, Professional, Enterprise, Performance, Unlimited, and Developer editions

Paused auto launched flows will always resume in the same context and with the same user access they had before they were paused with this update enabled.  This update was first made available in Winter ’21 and was scheduled to be enforced in Winter ’22, but we postponed the enforcement date to Summer ’22.

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