- Several users have noticed recently that they can't use Salesforce in the latest Edge version.
- The solutions are pretty simple and can be applied by any user, as shown below.
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A lot of trouble seems to have emerged after Edge rolled out the latest stable version last week (v86).
As shown recently, the changes implemented in the downloading process generated some discontent.
When I click on an url, a new tab is opening in a visual force page. It looks like the app lay-out is not supported or something like that.
Another user is offering more details:
I am working in the version: 86.0.622.38. It looks like the apps in Salesforce are no longer supported in the latest version of Microsoft Edge.
Whenever an app proves faulty in a specific browser, the easiest solution is to test it in a different one
On this note, we’re pretty sure that Salesforce is perfectly functional in Opera.
Not only it is faster, and considerably lighter compared to Edge, but it comes with multiple exclusive features such as ad blocker, built-in messenger apps, customizable speed dials, separate workspaces, or visual bookmarks.
The built-in free and unlimited VPN is also one of the main perks of the free, user-friendly browser.
Use Salesforce in Opera to improve your workflow and take advantage of all the exclusive features this browser offers.
How do the changes in Edge affect Salesforce users?
This means that any website using non-secure access (HTTP) is blocked and also that custom Salesforce integrations relying on cookies can’t be accessed anymore.
Salesforce has notified its users about the upcoming changes while also mentioning that all editions of Lightning Experience and Salesforce Classic are impacted.
What should I do to make Salesforce work in Edge?
According to Salesforce, developers can opt in to explicitly use setting SameSite=None; Secure. However, this might affect the security of the used apps.
2. Switch to HTTPS connection
First, one can check the connection type used in their org. From Setup, in the Quick Find box, enter Session Settings, then select Session Settings.
If some sites or portals are still using HTTP connection (although the secure one should have been enabled by default), you can request the changes as follows:
- From Setup, in the Quick Find box, enter Sites, then select Sites.
- Click the site you want to edit, and ensure that the Require Secure Connections (HTTPS) checkbox is selected.
One can also run some tests in a sandbox as suggested in this Trailblazer Community article.
Note that resetting the Edge settings or clearing the browser cookies and cache will not solve the issue.
We hope that the problem is clarified now. If you have any comments on this topic, please use the dedicated section below.
We’ve also covered a similar topic with Salesforce not working in Chrome, so you might want to check that out as well.