Greg Rewis - 5 months ago
With the foundation laid via Dynamic Forms, a feature based on this idea is included in the next cycle of IdeaExchange Prioritization from May 17-31. Imagine a scenario where you have information in a “related” record, such as a Broker’s details, that you would like to display, or even edit, on the same “record” page. This is known as a Spanning Field. Or a scenario where you need to view unrelated data from multiple entities on a single page.
These scenarios are not supported today without custom component development. This effort will allow the building of multi-entity pages declaratively, directly within App Builder.
Help us determine the priority of this feature as we begin planning for Spring '22 and beyond. Click the Prioritization tab above or visit https://sforce.co/Prioritization
Vin Addala - 2 years ago
Although this idea was prioritized along other ideas related to dependent page layouts, the feature requires the prerequisite, dependent page layouts to be completed first. Dependent page layouts is currently in development.
To learn more about this feature please see: https://success.salesforce.com/ideaview?id=08730000000BroxAAC
We’ll set the status back to “Open” and update it to In Development in the subsequent development cycle. You can learn more about Prioritization and our product planning process at https://sfdc.co/IDXrGroup.
Vin Addala - 2 years ago
A feature (Dynamic Layouts for Desktop and Mobile), inspired by this and other ideas, is up for consideration in the May 2019 round of Prioritization. Help us determine which features you want us to prioritize as we begin planning for Spring ‘20 and beyond. Visit https://sfdc.co/PrioritizeIdeas to access the Prioritization survey by June 2.
Cam Morris - 3 years ago
I'd love a new video to see how this should work. I have always been able to display and edit contacts fields while looking at a case. I feel like I must be missing some basic funtionality that would make it possible. Howeve this idea seems to be asking for exactly that... 12 years ago
0053000000AIbeGAAT - 3 years ago
If SteveMo's reputation can't get some traction with Salesforce, then I'm not sure the Idea Graveyeard will ever change, leaving ideas like this to be doomed for eternity (or until finding another CRM):
NOTE: 11 YEARS, Product Team Review w/ over 21K points, and SALESFORCE can't even be bothered to update with any comment in OVER 5 YEARS?! Utterly ridiculous!
Vienne Baker - 3 years ago
this requirement is so basic, and it can save everyone having to create so many duplicate field just for display purpose.
I do not understand how SF takes 11 years to collect almost 22K votes and still sitting on it.
Last SF comment is 5 years ago. what a joke.
Is there any point in voting???