1. Recycle Bin in Lightning Experience

You no longer have to switch to Salesforce Classic to access the Recycle Bin. You can now view, restore, and permanently delete the items in your Recycle Bin and the org Recycle Bin.

1.	Recycle Bin in Lightning Experience

Follow the steps below to Access the recycle bin
Select the App Launcher -> Under All Items or personalizing your navigation bar find Recycle Bin

2. Make Your Lightning Apps Accessible on Phone, Desktop, or Both

When you create or edit a Lightning app, you can configure which form factors it supports and can be viewed on. Creating an app just for your mobile app users? Designate that Lightning app for a phone

2.	Make Your Lightning Apps Accessible on Phone, Desktop, or Both

3. Add Tabs and Accordion Components to Your Home Pages

You can now use the Tabs and Accordion components on Home pages in Lightning Experience. As per salesforce winter 20 release now Lightning web component available as a custom tab in a Lightning Experience app and in the Salesforce app, this will helpful to map with apps and provide the visibility to based on profiles/permission set as per the use business requirements.

2.	Make Your Lightning Apps Accessible on Phone, Desktop, or Both

For both Tabs and Accordion, you can configure the tabs or sections that your users see, name them whatever you like, and add components.

4. Use Flow Builder to Send Custom Notifications

Send customized notifications when important events occur. Previously, custom notification actions were fully supported only in Process Builder. Now the Notification Type IDs that you create in Notification Builder are available directly in the Flow Builder UI.

5.  Add a Signature to Email Templates

With the new {{{Sender.Signature}}} merge field, email template creators can include a sender’s existing signature in an email template. The field is available wherever the merge field picker exists, including in emails, list emails, and enhanced letterheads.

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