What’s New in Sailthru

Learn about our latest product releases and enhancements. Please contact your Customer Success Manager or Support with any questions.

Use Sailthru Mobile events with Lifecycle Optimizer

February 4, 2019
Mobile app events can now add customers to Lifecycle Optimizer “Custom Event” entry flows. Use the same name in the Custom Event name field and as the mobile app event name. This works alongside the Sailthru Custom Event API. API and mobile app events of the same name will start customers into the same flow. Whether you ...

Say hello to the new home for Templates

January 24, 2019
Quickly find and preview email templates using the completely refreshed Template List page. In addition to a new visual style with faster load times, the page has powerful new features: Realtime search Sidebar filtering for message type, labels and teams Sorting for Template Name and Date saved columns Thumbnail image previews that expand to full size when hovering Read more ...

See audience size estimates while running your Snapshot reports

January 23, 2019
When running Snapshot reports, you’ll now see insightful inline status updates and estimated audience counts while the job runs, and up until it is finished. This new feature is rolling out now and will be live for all accounts by Jan. 25, 2019. How can I use this to my advantage? We know many Snapshots are run to get ...

New Overlays Admin UI

January 11, 2019
Sailthru is launching a new version of its Overlays Admin User Interface! The new version will feature a revamped user experience and enhanced layouts. It also lays the groundwork for new features in the future. Specifically, some of the changes that you can expect to see are: 1) Creating an Overlay now kicks off with a selection ...

Sailthru Mobile Testing Feature Release

January 10, 2019
Testing push notification and in-app messages before sending to large numbers of customers makes sense. We’ve just made this process much easier with our latest update! In order to test messages in the past, you’d need to send a message as though it was a ‘real’ message but to a small internal audience for critique or ...