Release Notes

Version 1.21.7

Current package: Version 1.21.7

Updates and Fixes

1) Pipeline Flow – Clicking to the details of a box (ie. Pushed In Deals) will now show the Change details first.  You can click on the link to show the Deal details, and vice versa

2) Multiple Performance improvements

  • Increase performance, and the Pipeline Flow view should now larger data sets with out errors
  • Header Data is now loaded much faster when there are a high number of opportunity owners
  • Increased performance when there are automatically generated Customer Portal roles in the org
  • Increased performance when there are multiple currencies in use

3) Standard View Periods – “Last Quarter” has been added to the standard view periods to help with QBRs and other such use cases

4) Owner Side Panel improvements

  • The Owner side panel will now show the first 15 deal owners
  • Links at the bottom of the list will allow you to show more or less of the list
  • The search feature continues to search across all the owners, not just those show

5) Role Side Panel – if a user is not in a Role, or does not have the permission to view Roles, the Role side panel will not be shown.

6) Additional Bug fixes:

  • Date issue – in some cases, timezone issues where causing dates to display incorrectly, i.e. off by a day.
  • Sales Stage Name – when using Record Types, sales stage names containing ‘&’ characters where not encoded correctly for display and use in the UI.
  • In some cases, uses would see errant “Opportunity Saved” toast messages when nothing was actually saved.  

 

 

 

Version 1.21

Updates and Fixes

1)  Custom Change Period – In the change period dropdown, you can now specify a custom “Since Date…” in addition to using the standard selectors.

The “Since Date…”  will be used for the Pipeline Flow view change period, and as the basis for the inline Change Indicators throughout the app.

 

2)  Show / Hide the Secondary Amount Field – By default, the secondary amount field is shown in the header data.  The default field is the Expected Revenue field.  You can now disable this secondary amount field from being shown in the header data.

 

3) Currency Symbol Fix – After Salesforce’s Summer ’19 release, the wrong currency symbol was being shown in list view records.  A correction has been added to use the proper currency symbol.

 

4)  Pipeline Review tab names – the Pipeline Review tab that works in the Classic UI has been renamed to “Pipeline Review (Classic)” for easier administration.

 

 

Version 1.19

Role Panel

There are two new options for the Role Panel.

1)  Role Hierarchy Visibility – You can now enable users to see the entire Role Hierarchy, regardless of their own role.  

A new Permission Set called Akoonu Pipeline Review Manager contains one Custom Permission packaged with the app.  This permission gives users full visibility of the hierarchy, regardless of their own role.  

Notes: 

  • This custom permission will automatically be added to the System Admin profile (or which ever selection you make during package install)
  • The user(s) must also have access to all the deals for the data to show up correctly in the views, headers, and subtotals.  
  • This includes visibility the Org Level node when that option is enabled too.

2)  Org Level Role – If your role hierarchy has multiple top level roles, the app can now present an Org Level at the top of the Role Panel that is visible to all users in the top level roles.  See the Documentation for instructions on how to enable this feature.

Advanced Group By Options

Four new Group By Options have been added to the package.  The first is enabled by default:

  • Owner Name

The other three are installed, but need to be activated in the configuration metadata, depending on your own usage of Salesforce’s features.

  • Product Family
  • Product Name
  • Opportunity Contacts’ Leadsource 

On these groupings, it is possible (likely?) that an Opportunity will have more than one value.  For example, a deal may have contacts with more than one unique Lead Source, or the deal may have products from more than one product family.  When this is the case, the Opportunity will put into all applicable groups.  Therefore, it will appear more than once in the table view, and its value will be counted in each groups subtotal summary data.  However, it is still only counted once in the top level summary totals.

Version 1.18

  • Directly add New Tasks to Deals – On the List View rows, the Kanban Cards, and all deal hover popovers, you can now add new Tasks directly from the app via the Add Task button and links.

 The tasks will be assigned to the Opportunity Owner by default.

 Note:  This feature is only available in the Lightning Experience.

 

     

    • Product Information – If you use Products on Opportunities, you can now use the Product Names and Product Families in the List View. They can be included in the Additional Fields shown in each row, and can also be configured as Group By Options. See the Documentation for configuring and using Product information in Akoonu.
    •  Custom Filters – Create Custom Filters expressions to be used in the app and stored in your Saved Views to better tailor the deals shown in the pipeline review views.  See theDocumentation for additional information and instructions for setting up Custom Filters.

    •  Improved Pipeline Flow contextual help – the Pipeline Flow view now has more, and more detailed, hover text information to clearly define what is included and how the changes are tabulated.

    • Performance Improvements across all the views (List, Kanban, Health and Flow).

    Version 1.16

    New Features and Enhancements

    • The Opportunity hover feature is now on the List View, in addition to the Kanban and Pipeline Health views. Look for the orange circle with pencil icon!
    • Additional Opportunity Fields can be added to the popover (see the Version 1.15 configuration guide for instructions). These fields are all editable based on the standard object permissions.

     

      • On the Pipeline Flow view, the popover to show the deals in each group has a new view option. By default, you will see the current deal details, and by selected “View change details” you will see the same deals, but the specific changes each deal had since the start of the change period.
      • Next Week and Next Month have been added to the standard views
      • New explanatory hover help text has been added throughout the Pipeline Flow view
      • You can now customize the Header Labels for the Amount and Expected Amount summaries
      • You can now configure whether to include Won deals in each of the the Amount, Expected Amount, and Committed header and group subtotal summaries (the default is to exclude them).
      • Hover labels have been added to the custom Opportunity List View Fields 
      • The Kanban Deal tiles now have an Account link, which will open the Account in a new tab

       Other Changes and Bug Fixes 
           

      Header and Summary Data
      • Summary data showing as ‘0’ when customized Forecast Category Names has been fixed
      • Hover text now visible on Windows when you mouse over the help “i” icons
      • In the Role and User left hand pane, the summary data now shows the total number of deals (including closed and omitted), and the total amount value of open deals (excluding closed and omitted)
      List View
      • Group Sorting updates:
        • When grouping by Stage Name, the stage groupings are always shown in the order as configured in the Opportunity setup.
        • When grouping by Forecast Category, the categories are shown in this order: Commit, Best Case, Pipeline, Omitted, Closed. The customized labels are used if you have renamed the categories.
      • The default record sorting (within each group) is now by Amount with the largest deals at the top. You can resort by clicking on the column headings.
      • When grouping by Forecast Category or Sales Stage, the header values now include Omitted and Closed deals in their respective groups. Use the mouse over information in the header and group subtotals for clarity on what is being show.
      • When there is a large number of groups, the groups are now shown in “pages”, starting with the first 25. A “show more” link in included at the bottom.  This is to prevent a significant performance issue when there is a large number of groupings.
      • When customizing the standard fields (Amount, Next Steps, etc.) the column headings will now always show the label of the configured field
      Kanban View
      • When using Opportunity Record Types, the Record Type selection on the Kanban View is now “sticky” if you click to another view and come back to the Kanban.
      • When using Opportunity Record Types, a “None” option was added to the filter list in order to see Opportunities without a Record Type assignment.
      • If using Opportunity Record Types, but only have one Sales Process, you do not need to select a Record Type on the Kanban View. All record types are now shown together since they have the same sales stages.
      Pipeline Health View
      • Biggest deals are always shown first, starting with the top 25
      • Closed Lost deals are not shown in the chart
      Pipeline Flow View
      • Flow View was misplacing some deals when using customized Sales Stage names
      • In the popup deal lists for each group of deals, the lists are now sorted by Amount
      • In the Flow Summary data, “Won” deals are no longer included in the change in amount calculation. See the hover help text for details.
      Setup
      • The three Custom Metadata Types were renamed to all start with “Akoonu” for better sorting in the Salesforce setup list