July 2021 Release Highlights
Modified on: Thu, 23 Sep, 2021 at 4:15 PM
Our monthly release highlights include a summary of important new features from the previous month.
This month’s updates include:
Dashboard Report Updates
We have made several enhancements to the dashboard reporting functionality in the platform. These enhancements will allow users to better manage the messaging and recipients of their ongoing reports in the platform.
When in "Manage Scheduled Reports" we have added the option to expand the recipient’s column for each report. This allows users to see who is receiving a specific report and provide a better overview of the scheduled reports in general.
Preview Email Template
When setting up a scheduled dashboard report, there is now the option to preview the email template. This will allow you to double-check if the correct email templates are being used prior to sending them out, easing the overall process of creating and implementing emailed reports.
Managing Email Templates
In the Managing Scheduled Reports screen, we have added an Email Template column. This allows you to see which template is being used and allow you an opportunity to change the email template if needed or preferred.
Ads: New Insights on dayparting
Within Siteimprove Ads, we have added 4 new insights. These are strictly about bidding based on performance during a specific day or hour. This means we are now presenting users with recommendations on daily and hourly increasing or decreasing of their bids on certain campaigns.
Users can use this data to discover specific times when their audience typically convert and leverage that data to make improvements to existing campaigns.
Improved Integrations Page
We have reworked the Integrations Overview page to make it more user-friendly. The page provides an overview of all available integrations, options for filtering, and a search bar to find specific integrations. Each integration has an option to connect, download, or link to our website to learn more about setup - allowing for a more self-serve approach.