Communities Now Supports End-User Languages
Salesforce Communities now supports end-user languages for communities with a global reach. Add the languages you want to show in Site.com Studio, under Site Configuration. Guest members can choose their language with the Language Picker once you use the component in your community.
Allow Internal Users to Log In Using the Community Login Page
If you have an employee community, enabling this feature is a great idea because now your internal users can use their internal credentials on the community login page. After they enter their credentials, they land in the community. And if they navigate to the internal org from the community, they don’t have to log in again!
Build Your Group Membership in a Flash
Adding members to your group one by one (by one) is a thing of the past. Now, group owners and managers can use an attractive dialog to add multiple members to groups easily and quickly. The dialog presents a recently used list of users for convenience, but search can find any member in the org.
Broadcast Groups Now in Community Templates
You asked and we listened. By popular request, broadcast groups are now available in community templates. Broadcast groups allow owners and managers to post, but restrict group members to commenting on existing posts.