What’s New in Sailthru

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

Feature Release: Customize Your Personalized Messages with Pinning

March 23, 2016
Personalization is now more flexible, customizable and easy to use with Sailthru. Today we’re excited to announce new functionality in our Recommendation Manager tool, Pinning, which allows marketers to combine direct editorial control with Sailthru’s personalized recommendations. Pinning enables you to select a story or product and lock it into a position in a template that ...

Feature Release: Copy Your Smart Lists

March 9, 2016
Sailthru’s Smart Lists dynamically update their list of users based on criteria you select in our Audience Builder tool (formerly known as Query Builder). Whether you’re running snapshots, creating cohorts, or sending messages, there’s great power in Smart Lists’ capabilities. We also know it takes a little effort to get a full list of criteria entered as you ...

Restricting usage of IP addresses as hyperlink references

March 7, 2016
You and your customer’s security is paramount in our day-to-day operations. In our continued efforts to this commitment, we would like to inform you of an upcoming change in the type of links that our system will allow you to redirect users to and track. Beginning March 7, 2016, we will no longer allow direct IP ...

Customize What You Export

March 4, 2016
A frequent and popular request is now a great new feature in Sailthru! You can now request only specific columns in your list exports when downloading user data from my.sailthru.com. In addition to keeping your export documents clear of excess data, this feature has the additional benefit of reducing the time you wait for your exports ...

.net Client Library Update

January 29, 2016
We’ve updated our .NET library to protect against invalid “optout_email” values. UserRequest.OptoutEmail is now an enum rather than a string. In your code, replace the string “all” with OptoutStatus.All, “blast” with OptoutStatus.Blast, “basic” with OptoutStatus.Basic, and “none” withOptoutStatus.None. For example, “userRequest.OptoutEmail = “all”;” should now be “userRequest.OptoutEmail = UserRequest.OptoutStatus.All;” Visit our documentation for more information or click ...

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