View Records in Scorecard
Previously in Scorecard, neither users nor managers had a way to view a list of records that made up a metric. To ensure visibility into all metrics, and as a way to audit the records that are counted in Scorecard, we’ve added in this functionality.
Multicurrency in Scorecard
You can now utilize different currencies within Scorecard by setting currency on a profile. This feature is always optional, and admins will be able to globally turn this on or off. When multicurrency is enabled in Salesforce, there will be a checkbox on the Scorecard Settings page to select a currency.
Once Multicurrency is enabled:
Anywhere you’re used to seeing currency values in Scorecard will now be updated with this feature. This includes the following components for both managers and users:
We’ve heard from many of you that you’d like a way to keep historical data within a profile even if a user moves to a different profile. We’re excited to announce that this functionality is now available within Scorecard.
Now, if a manager has a user who moves between Scorecard profiles, that user’s historical data will stay within the original profile - it will not move with the user. This means that a profile’s data will never be removed from the original profile regardless of the users within it.