Subscribers release notes
Subscribers release notes
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Browser language based segment

 

New

  

Now you can create a segment based on the preferred language of your subscriber. This would enable you to target and manage your subscribers for a geographically distributed website.

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Which would result in more personalized content and notifications being served to a subscriber, thus increasing the CTR.

Reach our to our team at support@subscribers.com if you have any questions or feedback.

More subscribers insights

 

New

  

You can now get more insights for your collected subscribers.

Head over to "Subscribers Performance" page within your dashboard and you can see the top countries your subscribers are from, along with the top URLs where your visitors turned into subscribers.

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Reach our to our team at support@subscribers.com if you have any questions or feedback.

Dynamic Action Buttons in RSS to Push Campaigns

 

New

  

Action buttons are a great way to redirect your subscribers to another pages of your site other than the primary CTA of a push notification. Now you can use the Actions buttons within the RSS to Push campaigns.

Just head over to your subscribers dashboard and create a new RSS campaign or edit an existing one, and configure your action buttons.

You can have upto 2 actions buttons, and both can have separate text and linked URL. If you wish to use the blogpost's link as the URL for any of the action button, just leave it blank and we will use the blogpost's link while sending a new blogpost push.

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Reach our to our team at support@subscribers.com if you have any questions.

View individual blogpost performance in RSS Push campaigns

 

New

  

Now you can view and analyze how your automated RSS to Push campaigns are performing at an individual blogpost level.

This would help you analyze what content works better with your subscribers and what is not fetching expected results.

Simply head over to your subscribers dashboard and click on "Show recent blogpost notifications" under any RSS to Push campaign, and you would see the last 10 automated pushes sent along with the content and performance.

https://app.subscribers.com/notifications/rss

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Reach our to our team at support@subscribers.com if you have any questions.

Advanced Prompt types and editor

 

New

  

We have added more type of prompts to allow you to present more options for your site visitors to opt-in to receive notifications.

You can continue to use the existing type of prompts i.e. Native Browser prompt and Custom modal prompt. And we have added two more type of prompts Bell and Sticky Bar.

You can control the look and feel and the triggering conditions of the prompts in our new enhanced prompt editor.

Head over to prompt settings in your subscribers dashboard. https://app.subscribers.com/settings/prompt

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Reach our to our team at support@subscribers.com if you have any questions.

Default icon in RSS to Push

 

New

  

Now you can add a default RSS to Push campaign icon, which will work as a fallback icon if your RSS blogpost item doesn't contain a specific image.

Simply edit or create a RSS Feed campaign and upload a default icon.

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Reach our to our team at support@subscribers.com if you have any questions.

Duplicate your Welcome Drip Campaigns

 

New

  

Now you can easily duplicate any of your welcome drip push campaigns and make a change. This would reduce any efforts when you want to AB test an existing welcome drip campaign against another welcome drip campaign.

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Head over to Welcome Campaigns section in your subscribers dashboard https://app.subscribers.com/notifications/campaigns and set up a welcome series so you can automatically start building relationships with your visitors as they opt in for notifications.

Reach our to our team at support@subscribers.com if you have any questions.

Tags in notifications for better reporting

 

New

  

Now you can add Tags when you create a new One-Time notification. These tags would then be available on the Notification Statistics screen, where you would be able to filter out the notifications based on the tags you have added.

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This would result in a better categorisation and visibility for your web push campaigns' performance.

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Reach our to our team at support@subscribers.com if you have any questions.

Quota Usage View

 

New

  

Now you can view your Subscribers Site Dashboard quota usage in a single screen. The number of notifications sent, the number of subscribers on your site, team seats and custom events being tracked etc against your subscription plan.

This would enable you to understand your usage and take better decisions based on that.

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Reach our to our team at support@subscribers.com if you have any questions.

Notification Statistics API

 

New

  

If you manage a dashboard outside subscribers to keep the notification performance and reports, now you can use our new api endpoint to get notification statistics.

The response from the API would include all your notifications sent and the stats for that notification i.e. sent, delivered, clicked, and closed numbers.

The API response would also include the data for individual post notifications sent via your RSS to Push automations campaigns.

Head over to https://app.subscribers.com/settings in your subscribers dashboard to get your API token and docs.

Reach our to our team at support@subscribers.com if you have any questions.