Q2 2022 Recap

Written By Davit Asatryan (Administrator)

Updated at July 5th, 2022

Here is a quick summary of the major updates released in Q2 of 2022!

Changes to SpinOne for Google Workspace & Office 365

The following enterprise-grade features have been added: 

  • Select Storage Location for Users
  • Bulk Entity Activation

Select Storage Location for Users

SpinOne has made it easier to set separate storage locations for different users during the onboarding process. Simply login to the SpinOne platform and head to the Add users section. Select the users you would like to activate and click Activate users to set their storage location. Administrators can customize storage location by the organization as a whole, by OU and now by separate entities as well. 

Bulk Entity Activation

Onboarding Users and Shared Folders can be tiring and a long process, especially for large organizations. SpinOne is proud to announce Bulk Activation through CSV uploads. Prepare a CSV of all users and folders that need to be activated, upload the file, and Activate!

Changes to SpinOne for Salesforce

We have significantly improved Salesforce data protection by introducing two key features:

  • Smart Object Restore
  • Rollback

Smart Object Restore

As we all know, Salesforce contains a lot of relationships between objects and as a result it is difficult during recovery to understand which objects to recover and how in depth it should be. Now, instead of selecting a hierarchy depth of each object that needs to be restored, administrators can select objects and be able to view all associated objects and be in full control of what is restored.

After running a Smart Object Restore, the task first performs a Compare and displays all objects that have been either Removed or Changed between the versions. If an administrator does not want to restore all removed/changed records, they can apply filters.


Rollback for Salesforce will allow administrators to fully revert their Salesforce environment into a previous version, simultaneously for both data and metadata. Once the task is launched, SpinOne will first compare both versions and present you with a preview of exactly how many records of each object will be restored. You can view how many records have been Removed, Changed or Added for each object.

Learn more about these features and about SpinOne for Salesforce here!

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