The Customer.io team kicked off April with a spring retreat in Playa del Carmen where team members created a few impromptu hack projects, including a Google Sheets Importer! That’s what you get when a team of engineers is together in a room.
We’ve made three changes that will make creating campaigns clearer, but maintain the flexibility you love with our messaging workflows. You’ll now be able to:
Triggers are now responsible for one thing only: determining when someone enters a campaign. Even better, regardless of the trigger, you are now able to specify whether the user enters the campaign one time ever, or if they can enter many times. This also allows you to easily set up recurring campaigns that re-trigger at set intervals.
PSA: We moved API triggered broadcasts into a new “Broadcasts” category along with newsletters in the left side navigation. We also renamed “Triggered” to “Campaigns.”
The addition of the CSV uploader last year made it possible to update existing people without needing to ping your engineering team. Knowing that many of you use Google Sheets, we now provide the option to import people using a Google Sheet as well. We hope this simplifies your process when you need to make manual changes to your data.
For campaigns that are triggered by an event, you now have the option to determine whether or not to send messages or enter delays based on attributes in the event’s payload. This new action condition can be found next to attribute and segment conditions in each workflow item.
You now have the option to hide content on desktop when an email is opened. This allows a lot more flexibility to make layouts look great on any device they’re viewed on.
Haven’t used this feature before? When a specific content block is selected, you can find the settings on the content tab under block options.
Do you often forget to include the “@” when searching for domains in people search? Yeah, us too. We came up with a solution that we hope will simplify that process without you having to remember to include the “@.” When you start to type a domain, a drop down will appear asking if you’d like to search for a domain starting with “@domainname.com.”
Get excited for some changes coming in May, including the design refresh we’ve previously mentioned.