Summer ’21 Release Notes

1. Build Multicolumn Screens in Flow Builder

You can divide each flow screen into multiple sections and columns to create a visually appealing and effective layout—without touching a single line of code. The multicolumn screen layout is responsive, so columns stack vertically to fit on mobile phones.

Edit Screen window in Flow Builder, showing a Section component

2. Use “Is Changed” in Condition Logic for Start Elements and Decision Elements

Use the new “Is Changed” operator in your condition logic for Start elements and Decision elements in record-triggered flows. With the Is Changed operator, you can define conditions that check whether certain field values on the record changed in the current transaction.

Salesforce Summer 21 Release Preview Notes

3. Debug Flows with One Button

Debug flows faster without choosing between debugging on the canvas or viewing only debug details. For example, you can debug autolaunched flows with or without triggers on the canvas but debug screen flows only in the debug details.

4. Update Fields from the Report Run Page with Inline Editing (Beta)

Keep the data in your reports and object records up to date while saving time and clicks. If a record is out of date, you can update certain fields (text, numeric, and checkbox) without leaving the report view.

Dashboard example, showing location of Download option

5. Download a Dashboard Image to a File

You can now download a dashboard as a PNG file. Previously, you could only obtain a dashboard image by using a screen capture app. These changes apply to Lightning Experience only.

Dashboard example, showing location of Download option

6. Track Your Active Licenses

Use the new Active Licenses tab in the Lighting Usage App to monitor your active, assigned, and available licenses. You can track data for user licenses, permission set licenses, and feature licenses. License metrics help you quickly determine if you need more licenses, or if users are assigned licenses they no longer need.

Active Licenses tab with User Licenses by Profile chart and license picklist

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