UEFA's Referee Committee teach their referees to refrain from issuing yellow cards for stopping promising attacks (SPA) inside the penalty area, as long as the foul originally was a genuine attempt to play the ball. The IFAB will probably follow this approach and integrate it into next year's annual meeting.
By that, the principle and sense behind the changes to DOGSO offences are extended to the area of SPA offences.
More precisely, this means:
A player who carelessly tackles an opponent inside the penalty area and thus stops a promising attack - having the possibility and showing a genuine intention to play the ball - should not be sanctioned with a yellow card on top of the penalty kick awarded anymore.
To sum it up:
1) DOGSO inside the penalty area without a genuine attempt to play the ball: Penalty & Red Card
2) DOGSO inside the penalty area with a genuine attempt to play the ball: Penalty & Yellow Card
3) SPA inside the penalty area without a genuine attempt to play the ball: Penalty & Yellow Card
4) SPA inside the penalty area with a genuine attempt to play the ball: Penalty only
Of course, if the offence is reckless, holding, pushing, pulling or a deliberate handball, stopping a promising attack inside the penalty area must still be penalized with a yellow card.
Examples of that can be found in this post or in this clip which has also been deployed by UEFA to illustrate these changes:
> Clips & Tips: DOGSO inside the penalty area
> Clips & Tips: DOGSO outside the penalty area