In November, the broadcast proofreading, the Salesforce Marketing Cloud connector, and the condition deduplication feature make the headlines!
- New feature: Broadcast proofreading
- Upgrade: Add user groups as broadcast recipients
- New data aggregation type: Median
- New connector: Salesforce Marketing Cloud
- Upgrade: "OR" statement now available for all spreadsheet-type connectors
- Upgrade: Display only first and last label on charts
- Upgrade: No more limit for breakdown dimension
- New feature: Deduplicate conditions
New feature: Broadcast proofreading
Always remain in control of what you send! Receive a draft for your own approval before confirming whether you want to actually send your broadcast. This feature is especially great for broadcasts (scheduled emails) that need to be absolutely impeccable either because 1,000 people will receive it or simply your boss or because you want to make sure you update your comments beforehand. Learn more.
Upgrade: Add user groups as broadcast recipients
You can now select user groups as broadcast recipients instead of having to pick each and every recipient one by one.
New data aggregation type: Median
This new data aggregation type comes as a complement to Count, Count Distinct, Max, Mean, Min, and Sum.
New connector: Salesforce Marketing Cloud
This storage-based connector allows you to replicate hundreds of data points (such as emailing campaign performance, email delivery rate, click rates, etc.) into your Google BigQuery account to then build dashboards in Reeport. You can learn more about it on the dedicated help article.
Upgrade: "OR" statement now available for all spreadsheet-type connectors
This applies to CSV, Excel, and Google Sheets connectors.
Display only first and last label on charts
This is a new setting comes as an alternative to "Filter min and max values".
No more limit for breakdown dimension.
This is an advanced setting made for line and bar charts aimed at visually laying out the trends of metrics based on more than two dimensions.
New feature: Deduplicate similar conditions
You can now merge similar conditions (filters and segments) in order to keep your organization tidy.