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Release Notes for Apr 8 | V22.5

Audience Builder

Decimal Number Demos Allowed for Output

 The Demographic type of Decimal Number will soon be available in Configure for the Outputs section.

Additional Type Column in Manage Output Layouts

An additional column for Type is being added to the Manage Output Layouts UI. This column will display if the Layout was created for Audience Builder (1), Invoices/Renewals (2), Extract (3), or Marketo (4).

Data Loader

Webhook Email Notifications

Sign up for Data Loader’s Webhook notifications to understand how many records have processed, are in need of mapping, or have errors. These notifications will be emailed daily to keep users up-to-date and can be set up per webhook.

Email Builder

Expanded Web Tracking URL Contains Character Limit

In Deployment Defaults, the Web Tracking URL Contains option has been expanded to accommodate up to 8,000 characters.

Form Builder

Keep Other Users Informed Using Builder Notes

Builder Notes are designed to keep users informed on important form setup information and logic. They can also be used to keep track of changes made to a form.

Notices (Invoices/Renewals/Auto Renewals)

Added Detail for the Notices Count Recap Document

Two new sections are being added to the recap document produced for Notices. A section for Totals by Media Type and a section for Totals by File Group ID.


Allow Elements to be Added to an In-Progress Static Voyage

When a static voyage is On Hold, users can add new elements and connections to the voyage. Connections can only be made from elements that have not yet been visited or that have audience members that have not yet advanced. New connections will display as a dotted line while the voyage is On Hold. When the voyage is resumed, audience members in the voyage will advance to the new elements like they would any pre-existing elements in the voyage.

Set Re-Entry Limits for Continuous Voyages

For continuous voyages, if re-entry is allowed, users can now set a re-entry limit which will prevent re-entry for audience members after they have already re-entered a set number of times.

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