In this post, we will be looking at the release notes of Salesforce B2C Commerce Cloud for March 2022. Let us dig deeper into any new and exciting features added to the platform.
Check out the original release notes here.
As the prophecies have foretold, it would only be a matter of time before Lightning Man made its way into the global interface of Salesforce B2C Commerce Cloud.
If we look at any of the new features added over the past years, it should come as no surprise:
- Page Meta Tag Rules
- Page Designer
- Reports & Dashboards
- Storefront Toolkit
As trust is the number one value at Salesforce, security is one of the “shields” that form that trust.
Page Shield is part of the eCDN, a Salesforce-managed Cloudflare to which we have “minimal” access.
Page Shield is one of the Cloudflare features. But since we can not fully control that Cloudflare instance, we depend on the Salesforce team to activate/purchase these features.
Between the 1st of march and the 14th of march, Page Shield will be enabled for all accounts and will start protecting against Magecart type attacks.
But what is Magecart?
What does Page Shield do?
The Salesforce Commerce Cloud security teams constantly monitor and review Page Shield forensic data and immediately act on and notify customers when suspicious activity is discovered.
So good news, no additional action is needed from the partner or customer side! I like those kinds of updates 😁.
SKU Specific Page Designer Pages
A small but substantial update to page designer Dynamic Pages!
The Dynamic Page feature allows you to use the Page Designer magic on lister and product detail pages, but only at a category level.
That has changed for Product Detail Pages, and it is now possible at the SKU level!
Promotion Bonus Products Limit
With this new update, the Business Manager will now show an error if you assign more than 50 bonus products within a single promotion.
Until this update, you could set more than 50 bonus products in the business manager, but the documentation mentioned otherwise.
This inconsistency caused quite a bit of confusion with content managers who configured a promotion, but it was not working the way they were expecting.