Workflows are live

We’re excited to let you know that Workflows are now available!

This new feature will make it easier and faster for you to design and manage your email journeys in Vero. Whether they're simple or complex, Workflows will enable you to communicate with your customers more confidently.

You can create your first Workflow by visiting Campaigns > Workflows in the UI.

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Fix bug with opt-in popup

We have resolved the issue that meant the email opt-in popup was not disappearing for select users.

We apologise to all who experienced this issue, we appreciate the frustration! Thanks to all who alerted us to the bug 😃.

Children of Recurring Newsletters now hidden

Previously, when using the has received, has opened, has clicked, etc. conditions, all children of a Recurring Newsletter would display, causing these drop downs to be exceptionally long.

We have now removed all children from the drop down. The Recurring Newsletter name will appear once, and selecting that will ensure the user has not received any version of the recurring campaign in the time range provided.

The result: cleaner dropdowns!

TLSv1.0 support

We recently made a change such that Vero's Fusion feature now supports both TLS v1.1 and v1.2.

TLS v1.0 has been deprecated and many large online platforms will no longer support it after 30 June 2018.

In response to customer usage, we've updated Fusion so that it also supports TLSv1.0. We would encourage users to upgrade and adopt v1.1+ in the future so that we may ultimately deprecate v1.0.

Save + Back button replaces "Save and Exit"

We've released a much-requested change to our email content editor. You can now "Save" and "Exit" the campaign editor independently.

The previous "Save and Exit" functionality has been replaced by two buttons, one to save your content, and one to go back to the campaign editor.

This should make editing much faster! We've been waiting to release this for some time, inline with the beta release of our new Campaign Workflows.

DPA release, archived segments and invite fix

We've now released our Data Processing Addendum (DPA). You can find it inside your Vero account here. If you process data on behalf of EU Data Subjects, please review and sign our DPA. If you have any questions, email us at support@getvero.com – we're here to help!

Beyond that, a couple of improvements and bug fixes to round out the week:

  • When creating segments or campaigns, the is/not in segment filters no longer show Archived segments. This makes things MUCH clearer.
  • Earlier this week, some of our new customers were not able to accept invites to sign up to Vero. This has been fixed.

Thanks!

Cloning no longer results in timeouts

A recent update to our application meant that cloning campaigns was taking an exceptionally long time and, in some scenarios, timing out entirely (returning a 504 error).

We've now patched this bug live in production. Cloning should be working properly again!

For those users affected: thank you for your patience.

Fix Google sign in

Some customers had reported that their "Sign in with Google" functionality was no longer working, despite having done so for months or years.

This was a result of a change in Google's URL re-directs. We've now updated and fixed these logins. If you have any ongoing issues, please let us know!

More secure CSV exports

We've updated our CSV exporter so that we now:

  • require a user to log in to Vero and authorise in order to generate a valid export URL.
  • sign all export URLs so that they are only valid for two hours.

This ensures your data is more secure.

Workflows - coming soon!

One of the big projects Vero has planned this year is the release of our new campaign workflows for email communications and mobile push notifications. This new feature will give you a more visual way to design and manage your customer journeys.

We’ve been delighted with the initial rounds of feedback and we’re getting ready to launch in the next few weeks, so we thought you might like a preview.

No published changelogs yet.

Surely Vero will start publishing changelogs very soon.

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