Record retention rules can be overridden. These overrides are account connection and record type-specific. For example, it's possible that you want to keep all user data for a brand's POS system regardless of whether a workflow has been run on it. Alternatively, you may need to delete an account's data at a greater frequency. In either case, you can go to the account, the connection you want to set the override in, and then next to the record type there is a data retention override option. You have the option to either disable all data deletion for that record type in the specific connection or you can set the number of days records will be retained without a workflow or trigger referencing the record. Data retention overrides give you the control to accommodate business-specific data requirements.