We gave Reach’s template editor a major facelift. For all pass type templates, you get an improved user flow, look and feel, and editing experience.
Now you can trigger Automated messages for custom events with very specific criteria. By adding properties to your events, we can filter for events that match the values for the properties you set, using boolean logic to fine-tune your message.
We’re excited to announce two new integrations for Web Notify: a WordPress plugin, and a Drupal Module for both Drupal 7 & 8. With this release, we’ve made it even easier to integrate Web Notify with two of the top content management systems.
Introduced as Region Attributes in our API, we have now UI support for this feature, via a new Automation rule event trigger: Location Attributes.
If you have more than just a few Engage projects, switching between them just got easier. For starters, the dashboard list of your projects now loads in milliseconds, and searching and filtering projects after that is instantaneous.
Now you can track user activities and conversions on your website with Custom Events. Track common account-, media-, or retail-related events using ready-made Custom Event Templates, or create your very own bespoke, hand-crafted, artisanal events.
Reach users rejoice! Instead of creating separate links for iOS and Android passes, you can start using a single Adaptive Link that automatically detects the device OS and installs the appropriate pass.
Apple is releasing iOS 11 on September 19, 2017, and in preparation released their Gold Master this week. If you are looking to launch your iOS app with full iOS 11 support, we’ve got you covered.
Now you can use Google Cloud Storage to store and retrieve user-level mobile data with our latest Connect integration. With this new integration, Connect provides hourly data rollups from your app, formatted in JSON.