Joshua Dykstra - 2 months ago
I'd like to amend my comment on this topic. I don't need "unlimited" user subscriptions. What I need is all my Users (5 subscriptions each) to all fall under the admin control. Using that methodology, the number of subscribed reports is comensurate with the number of users in my base. Currently, my org would support roughly 1200 subscribed reports if every users were to enable their max of 5. If that entire number was under my control as admin I would have exactly what I need, with about 1,000 to spare. Even if the scale was 1 subscribed report per user (perhaps with a min of 20?); that would likely give most admins what they need.
I understand the scaling issue, but if you remove the subscription option from users, it should reduce the load.
Christina Fliakos - 2 months ago
What concerns me the most is that this request has been open for 5 years, has received 5,798 Votes and over 1,000 comments supporting WHY this hinders productivity for Salesforce users. This is not the first time that Salesforce has left little be desired in support for product development based on customers' feedback. These are basic pain points that should have been considered by the developers at the time of creation.
Once the pain was identified, a hard push to get improvement across the line should have been put in place. I am completely familiar with bandwidth issues but the ability for Salesforce to accomodate changes to address improvement requests promptly continues to be discouraging.
Wafer Studios - 2 months ago
If you'd like to know how your subscriptions are being consumed, we offer an app with a no-commitment trial:
The Wafer Studios Report Manager allows you to view all active subscriptions, including ones hidden in private folders. You can use it to find out who a subscription is sent to and how often. While it won't expand your limits, it might help with managing the current ones.
Blair Matuszak - 3 months ago
I understand having a limit, but 5 per user is not nearly enough. An org limit per day, or per user + per day, so you could have 5 reports per day per user instead, would make more sense. As Administrator I schedule many of the reports I create, and to have to log into each user to schedule a report to avoid the limitation is cumbersome.
Curt Brey - 3 months ago
Is the only answer (workaround) to go back to Classic and use refresh scheduling?
As a business leader for SFDC in my company I'm beginning to think SFDC may have taken a negative direction with Lightning reporting and dashboards. SFDC is no longer a satisfactory solution, due to: