When Salesforce does a release, in addition to email notifications, you have a website you can access 24/7 to monitor release issues. This is where you can find Release Notes and Bugs.

Salesforce Known Issues Site

Once the Salesforce’s New Release is live, you’ll be able to see information about updates and available workarounds for technology bugs. Bookmark this page to check out in the future!

Locating Release Notes and Bugs

Salesforce Release Notes and Bugs
Release Notes and Bugs

Here is an example:

Release Notes and Bugs

Salesforce periodically provides release updates that improve the performance, logic, security, and usability of our products. The Release Updates page provides a list of updates that can be necessary for your organization to enable. Some release updates affect existing customizations.

Every time a release update is created, it gets scheduled to be enforced in a future release. We announce each update and its schedule here as soon as that schedule is known, but occasionally, updates are postponed or canceled. If that happens, we let you know in the section that describes that specific release update.

Often, release updates provide a Test Run option so you can enable an update and examine any changes to your org, including changes to customizations, before that update’s Complete Steps By date.

To view release updates, from Setup, in the Quick Find box, enter Release Updates, and select Release Updates.

Enforced with This Release

These updates are scheduled to be enforced this release. Disable Rules for Enforcing Explicit Access to Apex Classes (Release Update)This update disables the requirement for a user running a flow to have explicit access to Apex classes invoked by that flow. This update was first made available in Summer ’20 and was scheduled to be enforced in Spring ’23, but we postponed the enforcement date to Summer ’23. Enable Content Sniffing Protection (Release Update)

Help shield your org and network from malicious attacks with content sniffing protection. This change helps prevent the browser from loading scripts disguised as other file types when your users access external content and websites from Salesforce. This update was first made available in Winter ’23 and was scheduled to be enforced in Spring ’23, but we postponed the enforcement date to Summer ’23.

Enable Sharing for Flow Orchestration Objects (Release Update) In Summer ’23, Salesforce enables sharing for Flow Orchestration objects. With this change the Manage Flow user permission no longer grants user access to Flow Orchestration objects. To cancel or debug an orchestration or to reassign an orchestration work item, a user needs the Manage Orchestration Runs and Work Items user permission, along with sharing access to Flow Orchestration objects. Users who run orchestrations and execute work items must still have the Run Flows user permission.

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