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Salesforce Certification Release Cycle 2022

Salesforce certification release cycle 2022. Here you can find detail of Salesforce certification release cycle 2022 

 

Salesforce Certification Release Cycle 2022


Salesforce Certification Release Cycle 2022

Exam Launch Date*                             

  • Winter '22 (WI22) December 9, 2021    
  • Spring '22 (SP22) April 14, 2022                   
  • Summer '22 (SU22) August 24, 2022           

Exam Close Date*

  • Winter '22 (WI22) April 10, 2022
  • Spring '22 (SP22) August 21, 2022
  • Summer '22 (SU22) December 5, 2022

Salesforce Certification Release Cycle 2022? You might have been thinking what are these Salesforce-release notes if you are a newbie to Salesforce. Yes, it’s true. The term Salesforce-Release notes is a keyword for the people who are actively working/using on Salesforce. I guess most of the people who are reading this article might have an idea about release notes. Generally, if we are working on a project/product, we maintain key-notes of the product features before go-live. These release notes help stakeholders to know about this product features, pros, and cons.

 

Now, you might have been thinking why this guy is talking too much about release notes. I like Salesforce very much! The reason is their consistency to provide more and more features to their customers without impacting business, and Salesforce has three major releases per year, and in each release or version, they offer many new features/updates for existing features.

You just read three Salesforce Certification Release Cycle in 2022! Yes, it is true! Salesforce named their releases or versions with below names.

 

Winter (Ex: Winter’22) –         WI22

Spring (Ex: Spring’22) –         SP22

Summer (Ex: Summer’22) –   SU22


Note:- Currently we are in SP22 (Spring 22) and SP22 end Date 21st August 2022. From 24th August 2022 SU22 (Summer 22) will Start.


For each release, Salesforce provides a detailed document called Salesforce-release notes which contain the list features delivered with that particular release. Moreover, Salesforce.com communicate about their release plan, dates to their customer very well advanced (at least upcoming one year).

Where can I find Salesforce maintenance schedule?

The answer is: https://status.salesforce.com/products/all/maintenances

Yes, here Salesforce.com provides their maintenance calendar to their customers. Moreover, Salesforce.com giving preview instructions to customers. It helps customers to prepare for an upcoming release.

 

Maintaining Certifications in Salesforce Certification Release Cycle 2022

 

You must complete Trailhead maintenance modules relevant to your Salesforce certification(s) in order to keep your certification(s) current. Every year, one maintenance module must be completed for all certifications. You may check your certification status on your “Trailblazer.me” profile once the release modules are available, and you will get an email with all the information you need to perform your maintenance.

Further, while these email reminders are useful, you should not rely only on them; it is your obligation to complete your maintenance modules before the given date. If you don’t finish your maintenance module(s) by the deadline, all certifications associated with that module will expire or, in certain situations, be suspended.

 

Note for Salesforce Certification Release Cycle in 2022

You must still perform entry-level maintenance to maintain all of your certifications if you gain a new higher-level or advanced certification (e.g., Certified Administrator is entry-level and maintains the Certified Advanced Administrator certification).

The following is a list of Salesforce certifications sorted by role, as well as the Trailhead maintenance courses necessary to keep them up to date, and when those modules will be released.

Retake Policy

Salesforce updates all certification exams 3x per year in accordance with Salesforce certification release cycles 2022 (Winter, Spring, Summer). Within each release cycle, you have 3 chances to take the same certification exam (i.e., Salesforce Certified Administrator). 

If you fail your first exam attempt within Salesforce Certification Release Cycle in 2022, you must wait 24 hours before registering for a second attempt. 

If you fail your second attempt within a release cycle, you must wait 14 days before registering for a third attempt. 

If you fail your third attempt within a release cycle, you must wait until the next release cycle begins before registering for the exam again. 

Attempts will reset with the beginning of the next release cycle. 

Retake Pricing

The cost to retake an exam is 50% of its original price; Webassessor will automatically adjust the cost to the retake price.
Note: Certification exams are taxable per local laws. Taxes will be collected at the time of registration.

 

How to verify Certification Status in Salesforce Certification Release Cycle in 2022?

For checking the certification maintenance status, you can use:

  • ·        Firstly, Trailblazer.me profile
  • ·        Secondly, the Salesforce credentials verification page
  • Further, on your Trailblazer.me profile, check for certifications. After that, for every certification, you will see:

  • ·        Firstly, the certification name
  • ·        Secondly, certification dates
  • ·        Thirdly, the certification description
  • ·        Lastly, certification maintenance status 
  • ·        In the Certification status you can see:
  • ·        Firstly, Active. This means certification is up-to-date.
  • ·        Secondly, Maintenance Due. This means your certification has maintenance due.
  • ·        Thirdly, Expiring Soon. This means your certification is at risk of expiring.
  • ·        Next, Expired. This means your certification is expired due to incomplete maintenance.
  • ·        Lastly, Retired. This means that the certification is no longer available.