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Put deleted list views in the Recycle bin
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"It is not possible to track who has deleted the Public List Views as this information does not appear in the Setup Audit Trail. Any user in your organization with the permission "Manage Public List Views" has the ability to perform this task. "
Would you please change the Delete List View functionality so that the LIst View, when Deleted, is placed into the Recycle Bin?
This would be extremely helpful -- both to reverse an erroneous deletion AND to track who did it.
- 8 years ago
- 9 years ago
- 9 years ago
I think it is a good idea to include the deleted list views in the recycle bin. When we have more number of administrators in the big organization this helps to recover otherwise we need to design it again. I can understand that the administrators must know what they do but there is always a room for manual errors. Even though recycle bin has the storage limit, if it reaches its limit, salesforce automatically removes the oldest records and space is not an issue here.
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