New Campaign Interface Arrives Tomorrow
By Marketing Team | June 3, 2013
Starting tomorrow, June 4th, our new Campaign interface will be permanent for all Sailthru users. In case you missed our earlier blog on the Campaigns beta, you can check out a quick overview video of the changes you can expect to see.
Some changes you will notice include and will allow you to:
Access to the Recurring Campaign scheduler from the sidebar
Add counters for each sidebar category
Sort your campaigns in all categories
Select multiple campaigns and delete them at once
See the subject of each campaign below the campaign title
See the progress of your sending campaigns through a progress bar
Easy access to the refresh button
Pause and resume a sending campaign completely from the Sailthru dashboard
Edit a paused sending campaign
View the click and open rate in the sent campaign category
Easier access to different types of campaigns with new icons to represent: A/B, recurring, and SMS campaigns
We’re excited to share these new features with you and welcome your feedback as you explore the new UI. You can expect additional video training on the new Campaign UI in the next few weeks! Please feel free to send your comments to firstname.lastname@example.org or reach out directly to your Account Manager
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