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Org setup made easy with shareable links
Connecting an environment now generates a link you can hand over to any Salesforce administrator, to let them securely connect their org. The link is unique and will be used to prepare a scan report that only you and your team can see. Clayton users can now scan any orgs without knowing the orgs’ admin credentials or having to set up a Salesforce connection beforehand.
New “make suggestions” protection mode
Make suggestions protection mode automatically gives advice to developers with possible improvements to pull requests without forcing them to make such changes. Read more here.
More settings to control your environments
Team of your Environment to manage confidentiality and who in your workspace can access scan reports for any Salesforce Org.
Ignore List tab lets you exclude files and paths you don’t want to scan using regular expressions.
Multiple automation on the same object (working with Apex Triggers, Flows, Workflows)
Lightning Web Components
CRUD and Field-Level Security: CRUD/FLS checks now support @InvocableMethod
Naming conventions on Apex classes: Improved the rule not to enforce conventions on inner classes (can be covered with this dedicated rule)
Support for announced Diff improvements change on Bitbucket APIs https://bitbucket.org/blog/improving-performance-on-complex-diffs
Protection modes: added advanced settings now allow whether PR reviews should be updated based on new commits or only when there is a change in the issues detected
Improved repository settings
Redesigned team and role management
Redesigned ignore list
Archive and delete repositories
Engine Improvements: support for multiple extended Apex interfaces
Various security hardening improvements