What’s New in Sailthru
Learn about our latest product releases and enhancements. Please contact your Customer Success Manager or Support with any questions.
September 30, 2016
Effective Oct. 3, 2016, a small but notable change will be made to the CSV export within the Transactional Delivery Rates report. The export will begin matching the page’s display for the decimal placement/unit of the following field values:
AOV (Average Order Value)
Previously, the export used a decimal indicating whole cents (“100.00” to represent $1.00). It will ... September 19, 2016
In our continued work to help accomplish your day-to-day tasks in Sailthru even faster, we are releasing a performance enhancement for our “Snapshot” job functionality.
This job is used when request a Snapshot in my.sailthru.com or using the API, including campaign or “blast” Snapshots. In our initial rollout with test accounts and beta participants, we are ... September 8, 2016
On Sept. 8, 2016, Sailthru will begin to restrict profile creation for several business email aliases. Any emails with the following mailbox addresses will be blocked:
These mailbox addresses are intended for specific business uses and are not appropriate to sign up for email distribution lists. However, they are targeted for malicious signups. This change will help protect ... September 7, 2016
On Sept. 8, 2016, we are improving the data transfer when user profiles are merged so that two profiles with a rich history of engagement will combine to create a better single view of the user.
User profiles are central to automation and personalization within Sailthru. Yet email addresses are not always static. A user may change their ... September 2, 2016
This is a final, friendly reminder that API rate limiting restrictions take effect Sept. 6, 2016 for all applications accessing Sailthru’s APIs. This is the final step and communication regarding this change that was first announced in April of this year. You can access the per-second thresholds in our documentation.
Customers exceeding or at-risk of exceeding ...