In the last two months of 2022 we released a flurry of updates and new features for our product. We have a vision to build the best tools for privacy-first personalization, and that is a big task. Our Product team has been working hard to make updates and build new capabilities, and our Services has also created some incredible experiences for our customers that you should ask us more about, including Sweepstakes, Gamified Promotions, Next Best Questions, Guided Quizzes, and much more.
Here are some of the highlights of our product releases in November and December. For the full Release Notes you can always go here.
Add a finished microexperience to the library
Accessing the Component Library
Users can now easily reuse customized components from any experience, using the new Component Library. While editing an experience, users can access the library on the left hand panel, below the standard palette of components. Users can drag-and-drop customized components from any experience into the library, to save them for reuse. Custom components can then be added to any new experiences by drag-and-drop from the library. Any user can reuse components from the library, but only admins can add, rename, or delete components.
When completing a visual questionnaire, the styling of answers currently selected has been changed slightly, so they stand out more and are easier for users to see.
For custom programming around coupon and instant win campaigns, new events are triggered when codes are allocated to a participant, or if the participant is not eligible to receive a code for any reason. To learn more, check out the reward_code_issued and reward_code_not_issued events at Wyng JS API Documentation.
For triggering custom code as users flow through a form submission process, there are some changes to the Wyng JS SDK:
These events work together with existing SDK events, form_field_changed, form_submit_success, and form_submit_error, to flexibly trigger custom code during form submissions.
To learn more, see the Wyng JS SDK documentation.
Clients can enable a property-level policy that requires integrations to be enabled on all forms in an experience before it can be published. If any forms do not have an associated integration, a notification is displayed, listing the forms missing an integration. Users can opt to acknowledge and proceed, if they do not want to integrate data from a particular form. Previously, this policy was only effective for experiences with a single form.
Customers using Braze, a customer engagement platform, can now flow data from any Wyng experiences to Braze. To try the new connector, go to the Integrations tab (More > Integrations) and click on Add, to see the Braze connector and other available connectors. For more information check our documentation for the Braze Integration documentation.
Customers using Oracle Eloqua, a business-to-business marketing automation platform, who are interested in integrating data from Wyng experiences to Eloqua, can get early access to our new connector. To learn more about the early access program and how to participate, reach out to your account manager or Wyng support.