My Favorite Industry Things in the Salesforce Spring ’24 Release

This post will cover the common industry components, as well as what’s new within public sector solutions. My post around what’s new this release in core clouds can be found here.

Last time I made my post around industry capabilities much more prose heavy, but due to time constraints, as well as a lot of these capabilities being rather incremental, I’m sticking with bullet points here. Fret not, I’ll still do my best to make it educational and mildly entertaining.

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My Favorite Things in the Salesforce Spring ’24 Release

A Woman wearing a Salesforce branded hoodie using an air fryer.
I asked Bing to create an image of a person who enjoys both their air fryer and Salesforce and this is what I got. One string hoodies are the newest fashion trend!

I’m usually late to trends in home cooking. I’m a decent cook, but I don’t like my cabinets being a wasteland of previous trends. It took me about three years to get an InstantPot, and while that was fun for about six months, it now mainly collects dust.

I finally broke down and bought an air fryer recently and it’s pretty awesome. With children, cooking is a unique set of challenges. It often needs to be fast, and at the end of the day the last thing I want is a massive pile of dishes. The air fryer has shown that I can create tasty meals without having to pull out my proverbial rolodex of kitchen appliances to make a meal.

Enough about me and my kitchen appliances.

As usual, this blog covers the core clouds and new capabilities that spark joy for me, and hopefully you too.

Last release I did two posts: one around core clouds and another around industry components and public sector solutions. I’ve done that once again.

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