In this release:
- Sortable A|B Test Detail Columns
- Inline Module naming
- Further Charting refinements
- Simplified Context Selection
- Clicks & CTRs added to Audience Performance Report
- Module Tags
- Audience Sizing for Auto Propensity
- Impression Capping and Scheduled-only campaigns
Sortable A|B Test Detail Columns
We have added sorting to the CCE Evolve Details Reports. Now it is much easier to compare the effectiveness of each variant based on the performance metrics.
Inline Campaign Set naming
It's now much easier to keep things organized with inline campaign name editing.
Simply <Tab> and <Enter> to apply your edits !
Further Charting refinements
Those with a sharp eye might notice continued charting improvements - this week, we added decimal values - perfect for comparing data with multiple decimal places, such as Click Through Rates, or Conversion Rates.
Simplified Context Selection
Now Widget Ids have settled into their rightful place within Module Settings, We have removed the ID references from the Module Selection drop down - greatly simplifying the listing and promoting ease of use.
Clicks & CTRs added to the Audience Performance Report
Adding Clicks and CTR metrics to the Audience Performance reports provides even more detail within this all-encompassing Audience insights report.
Further to the CCE's directive of making advanced, class-leading solutions easy to use, we've now added script tags to get your modules up and running in no time.
Both Native / iFrame and ASynchronous / Synchronous variants are just a click away. Share with your site admins to get list asap !
Audience Sizing for Auto Propensity
CCE's revolutionary, real-time conversion propensity now includes more succinct and definitive Audience estimation. It's now even easier to balance audience exposure for propensity-specific experiences.
Imp Capping or Scheduled-only campaigns
We have now reduced the restrictions for simple campaign creation - you can now create campaigns using just unique user impression capping, or a simple schedule. Prior to this update, you were required to specify at least an Audience or Delivery definition.
This is great news for when you want to setup a simple experience for everyone, everywhere...
- only for a limited time, such as a flash sale within a specific time period.
- only a set number of times, such as a 'new feature introduction'
A more advanced use case can help offset a message to be less 'naggy':
- Present no experience for 5 PV, and only then present an experience
- Ensure a set amount of Page Views occur before presenting any experience whatsoever
As always, we're continually building more stability and redundancy into the product too - a big shout out to the CCE team's efforts - even if they didn't get a mention here !
Happy Engaging Everyone !
Simon & the CCE Team