ISVapp Changelog

ISVapp Changelog

ISVapp is the central toolbox for Salesforce ISV & OEM partners and helps you to reduce churn, increase renewals, identify upsell potential and close more deals. Our platform is the only plug and play solution for the AppExchange AppAnalytics API and provides deep insights to improve your product.
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Latest Release
October 4, 2022
ISVapp owners can initiate user password reset
ISVapp owners can now initiate a user password reset directly from within ISVapp (via Setup > Users).
ISVapp contains a broad range of reports for different areas of the business like Customer Success, Product Management, Sales and Management. In order to tailor the ISVapp experience to those different functions, we have added additional customization options in the latest ISVapp release.
As a Salesforce ISV or OEM partner, you are used to manage your licenses through the Salesforce License Management Application (LMA). The new License Manager in ISVapp is a natural extension on top of the LMA. It proactively notifies you of any inconsistencies within your license records and allows you to quickly clean things up right in ISVapp.
Apex is the programming language that Salesforce developers love (and sometimes hate). It's specific to the Salesforce platform and at the heart of almost every package. From this month, the ISVapp feature management fully supports Apex Executions.
Knowing when server incidents affect the functionality or performance of your Salesforce OEM or ISV product is essential for a healthy relationship to your customers. The new Server Monitoring feature within ISVapp allows you to quickly identify the impact of an incident and provides you with a feed of updates directly from the Salesforce Trust Portal.
The ISVapp Health Score is an important metric that helps to identify accounts that need immediate attention. This month, we have launched a more flexible way of configuring the Health Score. In addition, customers can now create multiple Health Scores per account.
With the upcoming enforcement of Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) in all Salesforce organizations, OEM partners have a special interest in ensuring that their customer organizations are compliant. The new MFA Reporting capabilities in ISVapp will help you to achieve this.
Administrators already know and love the plug-and-play Salesforce-SSO capabilities of ISVapp. In addition to that, we have now added advanced controls that allow our customers to grant ISVapp-access to users that have no Salesforce user within the company organization.
Many Salesforce ISV and OEM applications are built around a number of business-critical custom objects. ISVapp allows partners to understand how users interact with those objects via Feature Management and the Object Analyzer. As of this month's release, ISVapp provides additional insights on custom objects via "Custom Object Record Counts".
Knowing where exactly an account stands on its journey is essential. It allows your customer success and onboarding teams to dedicate the right resources at the right time. Furthermore, it is key to understand which accounts need more attention right now.
This month we have overhauled the ISVapp dashboards on both the global and account level. They now include more relevant details right on one page and allow you to dig deeper with a click of a button.
Data is the foundation for most business applications. That is especially true for those built on the Force.com platform, with its concept of custom objects. Because of that, it is essential for Salesforce ISV and OEM partners to understand precisely how their customers are interacting with those objects. With our latest addition to ISVapp, this became a lot easier and anyone can interpret it.
We have added multiple ways to further customize the functionality and appearance of ISVapp. Additionally, you can now configure custom object operation types (Create, Read, Update and Delete) in our Feature Management section.
Understanding license utilization is key for ISV and OEM partners, especially for those that sell Salesforce Experience Cloud (Community) licenses. Learn more about how ISVapp streamlines this process with our June feature update.
The May update allows ISVapp customers to analyze the feature adoption of their managed ISV and OEM packages.
April brings a highly requested feature: being able to export chart data into common formats such as Microsoft Excel, CSV or PNG.
In March we added a visual editor that allows you to specify what defines an active user - giving you the ability to fine-tune the engagement metrics without the need to set up your own reporting.
In this months release we added a REST API to request raw data files programatically. Additionally, those customers working with Slack, can now access relevant account metrics directly in chat conversations.
ISVapp now provides a visualization of app usage segmented by user types: internal vs. external (Community / Experience Cloud users)
ISVapp now gives you enhanced insights into your monthly and daily usage.
Access data where it matters: ISVapp now fully integrates into your Partner Business Organization.
August brings a new feature to ISVapp that lets partners segment their customer base by several criteria.