What’s New in Sailthru

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

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 ...

Easier access to personalized campaign building

May 2, 2016
Beginning this week, users of Recommendation Manager will have faster access to their most-accessed data feeds. We’re adding direct access to Recommendation Manager inside the Content menu in my.sailthru.com! Clicking on the new menu item will take you directly to Recommendation Manager and display a searchable list of available feeds. This eliminates additional clicks to get ...

Source Var Reporting Limits

April 20, 2016
Beginning April 20, 2016, the total number of unique “source” var values used in Source Reporting will be limited to 10,000 per account. This well-exceeds the most common use cases and the platform average of unique values per account. It allows for continued efficiency and reliability in daily reporting. Each day during the list and profile ...

Another popular request for Campaigns is released

April 12, 2016
End Your Paused Campaigns Hard as you may try to avoid them, we know typos and mistakes sometimes sneak into your campaign messages. Our mailing system is pretty darn fast, but with “Personalized Send Time” campaigns or extremely large sends, you still have a chance to “pause” a campaign to make an edit. We also know ...

Additional Headers in API Responses

April 12, 2016
Beginning April 12, 2016, developers will notice the additional presence of “X-Rate-Limit”-type headers in the responses of API calls. These are informational in nature at this time. The data in the headers reference cap values that are practically infinite, so there is no limitation being imposed at this time. The release of these headers also ties ...