Winter ’11 release

Salesforce.com Winter 11 ReleaseWinter ’11 Upgrade – Winter ’11 is an automatic, free, and mandatory upgrade for all Salesforce.com customers. It will be applied on the weekend (Friday night) of October 1 or October 8, depending on which instance the customer has been assigned to. You can visit http://trust.salesforce.com/ for more information on scheduled downtime and for status updates.

Key changes in this release include:

  • Automatic activation of Chatter, and significant changes to Chatter functionality.
  • Noticeable changes to the User Interface –
    – The Search option, in particular, has moved to the top of the screen.
    – The list of applications, log out, and help options have moved.
  • A real-time WYSIWYG report builder –
    – While the new functionality is almost identical to the old functionality, the process for building reports has changed.
    – If you have not already done so, please take the time to familiarize yourself with the new interface before assisting customers.
  • An improved System Log Console (will affect customers who fire Batch Classes manually) and improved VisualForce debugging tools.

This is by no means a complete list of the changes and enhancements in Winter ’11. For more information on the Winter ’11 release, visit the Winter ’11 Release Page (http://developer.force.com/releases/release/Winter11) and/or review the attached release notes.

or Download Winter 11 Release File – http://www.box.net/shared/iekymrtju9

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About smattey

Sumit Mattey is the Leader, Cloud Technologist & Evangelist, Husband, Father and Fun Loving person. Currently working as - PROJECT MANAGER, R Systems Int'l Ltd.(Salesforce) Not simply defined by his career, Sumit lives with his family (whom he loves so much). He is an avid movie buff, a big book worm, a lover of food and beverage. While his schedule has not been forgiving as he'd like, he also enjoys doing photography with great outdoors and tries to hunt as often as possible.
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