What’s New in Sailthru

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

Track Your Inventory’s Stock

June 15, 2016
We’re very excited to announce that you can now sync inventory levels with Sailthru! Limiting product recommendations to those items which are currently in stock is done automatically! You can also choose to further customize how inventory levels affect product recommendations. Several related capabilities have also been released to help our Commerce clients make the most ...

Preventative Maintenance for Campaign Performance

June 13, 2016
Some legacy Sailthru templates include Zephyr template scripting that performs advanced changes to the way data feed content is used inside a campaign message. When inefficient Zephyr code is used and sent to a large list of users, generation delays can result and, ultimately, so can campaign delays and failures. We are adding safeguards to the ...

List API Validation Update when Creating Smart Lists

June 1, 2016
Beginning June 1, 2016, Smart Lists created via the /list API endpoint will properly validate the use of the “query” parameter within the call. Previously, a Smart List could be created with an invalid structure for the “query” parameter value, preventing it from being counted or properly used in a campaign send. Invalid “query” structures ...

You spoke, we listened: Recapping our latest platform enhancements

May 31, 2016
During the first few months of 2016, we developed and released an exciting series of popular feature requests to our core platform. This work has centered around popular needs, requests and enhancements to the platform from existing customers like you. As we hit the midpoint of the year, we wanted to take time to recap ...

API Rate Limiting Taking Effect Sept. 6, 2016

May 4, 2016
Beginning Sept. 6, 2016, applications using the Sailthru APIs will be subject to API rate limiting restrictions matching our existing recommended best practices. This notification serves as a start to a four-month adoption period, which will include two “limit-lowering” milestone events. In advance of this change, we have surfaced rate limiting headers on the return of ...

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