What’s New in Sailthru

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

Add Interactive Buttons to Push Notifications

January 13, 2020
Adding buttons to push notifications is a great way to encourage users to engage with your messages by adding additional options that are relevant to the content being displayed. The Sailthru Mobile SDK (iOS 9.0.0/Android 10.0.0) now automatically creates several default button options for you to choose from, as well as allowing you to specify custom ...

Introducing the Idea Gallery

January 13, 2020
You can now browse a library of ready-to-go email templates to kickstart your design process. To begin, select Idea Gallery from the Templates page. Find the template you like most. Click anywhere on the template’s preview thumbnail. The template will now appear in your Templates page, ready for you to make it your own 🙂 As always, please see ...

Share email templates across your accounts

January 7, 2020
You now have the option to share any template to another Sailthru account. Here’s how it works: Go to your templates list page. Find the template you want to copy and select the Copy icon. Choose Different account. Select one or multiple destination accounts. Click Apply. That’s it! Once your templates have finished copying, log into your other account to ...

In-App Message Previews

December 12, 2019
In-App Messages added to Device Previews The Device Preview page allows you to preview what your mobile message will look like across various display states for major Android and iOS devices. We have updated this to include In-App Messages as well as Push Notifications. When sending an In-App message via the Sailthru Message Composer you can ...

Keep content up-to-date in Sailthru using Google Product Sync

November 26, 2019
Import, delete, and update content in your content library with a simple UI that makes it easy to link to your existing Google Product Feed, eliminating the need to maintain two separate content feeds. Google product feed files are the primary data source that e-commerce websites use to display their products on Google. With this ...