What’s New in Sailthru

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

New Sailthru script tag and simple integration JavaScript functions

February 10, 2017
Introducing our new simple-integration functions, which offer a simpler, less technical way to connect with Sailthru APIs. Simply paste our code into your site’s template or tag manager, with minimal modifications needed.   Summary: Getting value out of our system just got much easier, there’s a single new script tag to access all of the power of ...

Purchase Returns in Sailthru

January 31, 2017
We’re proud to introduce our Returns API to enable you to update profiles at scale with return information. This is a feature that many commerce and retail customers have been excited about. We are please to say it is now available for use. Target users by how much they actually spent with you. A returned item ...

Export List’s Opted Out Users via API and Bug Fix

January 19, 2017
On January 19th, 2017 we released a bug fix for exporting a List’s opted out users. Smart Lists with multiple criteria were only counting user’s who had opted out of a template as well as mass or all sends. This would cause the list to significantly undercount the opted out users. On January 24th, 2017 ...

Print or Save Campaign Clickmap

January 18, 2017
Want to include your campaign Clickmap in a report? It is now a snap to print or save it as a PDF! The campaign Clickmap is a visual map of how your links performed (Total Clicks, Purchases, and Revenue). Up until now it was embedded in your Campaign Details Report and so was only accessible in ...

Visual Update to Account Indicator

January 18, 2017
Get excited for a cleaner visual experience in Sailthru. Our stellar head of User Experience is working towards a simpler, cleaner aesthetic in Sailthru. One key part of this effort is to make it obvious what matters to you on every page. To accompany the upcoming release of Lifecycle Optimizer, we are introducing the first move ...