Lightning Data: Match Selection, More Usable Labels
Sales reps can now control matches between Lightning Data records and
your accounts or leads. And changes to some labels make Lightning Data easier to
Select a Match When the Automatic Match Isn’t the Right One
Some Lightning Data packages select matches automatically using the highest match score that meets the threshold you set. But sometimes the automatic match isn’t the best one. Sales reps can now override automatic matches. They can even choose from matches with a score below the threshold.
Status Label Not Found Was Changed
To improve the usability of Lightning Data matching, the status indicating that no similar records are available was changed to No Match. Previously, the status was labeled Not Found.
Match Confidence Score Label Was Changed
To improve the usability of Lightning Data matching, the label Match Score replaces Match Confidence Score. The score indicates how closely a Lightning Data record matches a Salesforce record. It helps improve automatic and manual matches.
Address Field Labels Were Changed
To align Lightning Data fields with standard objects and improve usability internationally, the label State was changed to State/Province, and Zip was changed to Zip/Postal Code.