June bug fixes

  • Our email validator was a little out of control in User Manager, which sometimes prevented users from being added. We're much more flexible on that now.
  • The change-over-time indicator for Average Position in Bing Ads was flipped: it should've been green for lower numbers and red for higher.
  • Adding a keyword from Search Analytics to Keyword Manager was throwing to a 404 error page. We've added back the JavaScript that connects these tools.
  • The Performance chart for Facebook Ads failed to display in reporting. That chart has been fixed. Other charts, like Clicks, Impressions, and Spend, are currently being worked on.
  • Sometimes we'd highlight the Reports icon even though you were on the Dashboards tool. It was mildly annoying at best, and actually confusing at worst. The navigation highlighter is much smarter now.
  • If you didn't have permissions to view Custom Conversions and other Facebook Ads data, we were just showing a blank screen. Now you'll see some more detailed messaging on how to get that data to display.
  • When Twitter changed their OAuth methodology, Twitter accounts couldn't properly be connected in Raven. We've updated our own code to match the changes made in Twitter.
  • Google discontinued their goo.gl link shortening service late last year. We've removed this shortener from Twitter. If you were using goo.gl to shorten your links previously, you'll automatically default to bit.ly. You can also choose TinyURL from the Settings page, if desired.
  • Some updates to our JavaScript libraries caused a conflict in Site Finder, preventing it from running properly. We've cleaned up the issues there to let these reports run again.
  • Some users were experiencing issues connecting Bing Ads accounts due to a background conflict. That conflict has been resolved.
  • On May 25, 2018, Klout was sunset by its new owners, which meant that comparative Klout Score data was no longer accessible to third-parties like Raven. We've removed Klout from Site Performance and anywhere else that it was used in our platform.