Drive Your Lightning Experience Transition from One Place
Where: This change applies to Lightning Experience and Salesforce Classic in Group, Professional, Enterprise, Performance, Unlimited, and Developer editions.
When: The new Transition Assistant is available in sandbox and production orgs on a rolling basis between mid-February and mid-March, 2019.
Who: To use the Transition Assistant, you must have the View Setup and Configuration and Customize Application user permissions. My Domain must be deployed in your org to use some of the tools available from the Transition Assistant.
Why: For easier manageability, the Transition Assistant breaks up the process into three phases. Each phase provides step-by-step instructions and tools that speed up the work.
In each phase, activities are organized into a series of stages that keep things organized, help admins monitor their progress, and inspire confidence that nothing important is overlooked.
How: To access the Transition Assistant from Setup in Salesforce Classic, click Get Started in the Lightning Experience Transition Assistant tile. From Setup in Lightning Experience, click the Lightning Experience Transition Assistant link at the top of the menu.
Where to Find Things Formerly in the Migration Assistant
All of the tools, features, and settings that you used to access in the Migration Assistant are now available in the Transition Assistant. Here’s where to find things.
|Tool - Feature - Setting||Location in Migration Assistant||Location in Transition Assistant||How to Use in Transition Assistant|
|Lightning Experience Readiness Check||Check Readiness tab||Discover phase > Evaluate stage||In the Check your Lightning Experience readiness step, click Check Readiness|
|Lightning Experience Preview||Preview tab||Discover phase > Evaluate stage||In the Preview Lightning Experience step, click Preview|
|Switch Users to Lightning Experience||Set Up Users tab||Roll Out phase > Launch stage||In the Make Lightning Experience the default interface step, click Switch Users|
|Encourage Users to Stay in Lightning Experience||Set Up Users tab||Optimize phase > Motivate stage||In the Switch users to Lightning Experience on a regular schedule step, turn the option on or off|
|Keep Lightning Experience Users in Lightning Experience Only||Set Up Users tab||Optimize phase > Motivate stage||In the Make Lightning Experience your org’s only experience step, turn the option on or off|
|Turn on Lightning Experience||Turn It On tab||Roll Out phase > Launch stage||In the Turn on Lightning Experience step, turn the option on or off|