Top 5 Innovations to Enhance Workflows with Salesforce’s Spring ’23 Release

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Top 5 Innovations to Enhance Workflows with Salesforce’s Spring '23 Release

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Written by Poonam Chandersy

Technical Content Writer

August 10, 2023

Take a look at the latest updates rolled out by Salesforce in their Spring ’23 Release to stay ahead of the game.

Salesforce, the world’s leading customer relationship management platform, has announced its highly anticipated Spring ’23 Release, packed with new features and enhancements designed to help businesses of all sizes streamline their operations and drive growth.

Salesforce announces their feature releases three times-a-year and each one of them is designed to help businesses achieve their goals, to remain aligned with market demands, and better serve their customers. With customer feedback taking the center stage, most of the updates are directly from IdeaExchange, where customers can share their ideas and suggestions. This collaboration between Salesforce and customers allows us to stay ahead of the curve and provide the best possible solutions for businesses. Learn more about previous Salesforce releases here.

As a Salesforce consulting partner, Royal Cyber is well-equipped to guide businesses through the latest Salesforce updates and ensure they are fully leveraging the platform’s capabilities.

Here are some of the top features and updates from the latest Salesforce release that help to streamline business operations and deliver results quickly. These innovations are now available to explore and implement in your organization. Without any delay, let’s dive into the latest release preview and discover what’s new in Salesforce!

Easier Element Descriptions

Users can now enjoy a new enhancement in the flow builder. The information icon in the builder allows users to hover over it and see the element’s description, making it easier to view and understand the purpose of each element. This update is particularly useful for those who are new to the flow builder, as it streamlines the learning process and allows users to work efficiently. Overall, this is a great feature that enhances the user experience and helps businesses achieve their goals faster.

Availability of Data Table

Salesforce’s data table component is now available with the Spring ’23 Release, after being introduced as a beta feature in the Winter ’23 release. This component has undergone some improvements, such as supporting composite fields like name and address, allowing users to preview the data table on the screen. With this feature, users can display large volumes of data in an organized and visually appealing format. The data table component is a valuable tool for users who need to view, edit, or delete records in bulk, saving them time and increasing efficiency.

Description Element on Canvas

Salesforce has introduced a new feature that makes it easier to see descriptions of elements on the canvas. Now, when users hover over the information icon, they can see the element’s description, making it easier to understand its purpose and functionality. If an element does not have a description, the description bubble does not appear besides the element. This enhancement is particularly useful for new flow builders who are still getting familiar with the platform and its various elements. With this improvement, users can quickly and easily identify the function of each element, improving their workflow and productivity.

Elimination of Element Iteration Limit

Salesforce has addressed a major concern for larger flows by eliminating the element iteration limit. Previously, if a flow hit the 2000 element limit, a flow-specific limit was triggered, which posed as a significant challenge for larger flows that included loops. While there were some workarounds, this limitation created a bottleneck for flow builders. With the Spring ’23 Release, this limitation is no longer an issue, and builders can enjoy the freedom to create more complex flows without encountering the ITERATION_LIMIT_EXCEEDED error. This improvement makes it easier than ever to build flows and automate business processes.

HTTP(Callout) Beta

The new HTTP Callout (Beta) button is a game-changer in this edition’s innovation. With this feature, users can make calls to external web services easily and seamlessly. They can specify a Named Credential directly from the action element and provide a sample JSON response to make the callout. Flow builder will automatically generate a matching data structure to access and map data types from the JSON response to variables of the flow, eliminating the need for any code and making it easier for anyone to use. This feature is incredibly useful to integrate Salesforce with other systems and services, as it opens up a world of possibilities for automation and streamlining business processes.


Looking to streamline your business operations and drive growth with Salesforce? Royal Cyber Inc. is a Salesforce Silver Consulting partner equipped with a team of experts ready to guide you through the latest updates and ensure you fully leverage the platform’s capabilities. With our Salesforce services and solutions, empower your business to stay ahead of the curve and achieve its full potential!

Discover all the latest features and updates included in Salesforce Spring’23 Release preview, on their official page here.

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