To comply with latest browser requirements, and security standards Salesforce is requiring customers to use enhanced domains. Moreover, to update your Salesforce org’s URLs to the latest standards, enable and deploy enhanced domains. Besides, all URLs across org contain company specific My Domain name, including Experience Cloud sites and Salesforce sites. Enhanced My Domain URLs makes easier for users to remember and remain stabilized when org moved to another Salesforce instance. Consistent domain format certainly improves the user experience and standardize URLs for use in custom code and API calls.
Salesforce enhanced domain also comply with latest browser requirements, allowing users to access Salesforce using browsers that block third party cookies, otherwise known as cross-site resources. Enhanced domain eventually provides multiple benefits they are branding, stability, usability and compliance. Salesforce enforces enhanced domains in all orgs in Winter ’24. To help you test, Salesforce deployed this feature in sandbox and non-production orgs with Winter ’23. It is available both in Hyperforce orgs and in orgs with a deployed My Domain routed through Salesforce edge network.
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Further with this enforcement Salesforce meets the latest browser and security standards. Hence, to avoid these circumstances it is recommended to test enhanced domain in sandbox and production before the release update is enforced.