What’s New in Sailthru
Learn about our latest product releases and enhancements. Please contact your Customer Success Manager or Support with any questions.
October 12, 2016
Most marketers know that mobile is a strategic “must-have” but according to Forrester Research only 13% of marketers say they’ve integrated mobile into their marketing mix successfully. Sailthru acquired Carnival.io in April 2016, and by investing and trusting in us, you are already one step ahead of your competitors by being able to pair your ... October 4, 2016
The start of October brings with it a few notable improvements and bug fixes:
Update to the Campaign Detail Report “Audience Builder” tool
You can now use the “ANY” mode of criteria matching within the Audience Builder in the Campaign Detail Report.
Support for the Transactional Delivery reporting “click map” when using query string parameters
If your click reporting relies on query ... October 3, 2016
We recently completed an update to our Snapshot jobs, bringing 5-to-15x faster speeds to general and Campaign (blast) Snapshots.
Throughout 2016, we refactored and brought speed improvements to eight jobs in the Sailthru system, improving your day-to-day efficiency! Those jobs included:
All List Data Export
Save Campaign (blast) members to List
Purchase Log export
Campaign (blast) Snapshots
We ... September 30, 2016
On Wednesday Oct. 4th Sailthru will correct a bug that dropped the “All Primary Lists” option in Audience Builder when using multiple source lists.
Primary List is a designation for lists in my.sailthru to receive improved reporting, specifically the ability to track list growth.
Audience Builder is Sailthru’s tool for segmenting those users already under your management.
The segments created in Audience Builder ... 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 ...