What’s New in Sailthru

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

Create flows that update ‘opt-out’ statuses

November 25, 2019
You can now design flows that update the opt-out status of profiles in LO flows. Similar to LO’s opt-out check, status can be updated to one of the following: Consider using this new action to: Revalidate users when they subscribe to a list (without a developer having to update their API) Set a user to opt-out after an ...

Add items to content feeds via search in Recommendation Manager

November 25, 2019
You can now add items to content feeds by searching their content library with either a URL or SKU. This gives you a significantly faster way to add content that’s already in your Sailthru library by prepopulating the “Add Content” form. To get started, select a feed and click “Search Content” Next, enter either a URL or ...

Our holiday gift to you: unlimited Email Client Test runs through 2019

November 18, 2019
Thanks to everyone who attended to our Holiday Preparedness webinars in October. If you couldn’t make it, we want to ensure you catch our special holiday gift to you. That’s right – through the end of 2019 we’re giving you all the Email Client Test runs that you can use. Preview your email templates and campaigns ...

Throttle the speed of your campaign sends with this new account setting

October 29, 2019
Our new campaign-send throttling is available to all accounts, just ahead of the busy holiday shopping season. Sometimes your site’s traffic exceeds expectations – and resources – leading to a less-than-desirable experience for your customers. Campaign click-through traffic can compound the problem – so what’s an email marketer to do? Rather than completely pause sends, our new ...

Use smaller A/B test percentages in Campaign Builder

October 29, 2019
You can now set variant percentages as low as 1% in a campaign A/B tests. We’ve lowered the limit from 10% based on feedback from marketers looking to limit the number of customers exposed to lower-performing tests.  

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