In Release 36 we added or changed over 50 functions and features.
The most important ones are mentioned in this article
Ability to exclude pages on "where" section
The where section now has the option to define to not show dialogues on specific pages. In this way it is much easier to define for example that a lightbox should be shown on all of the pages in a channel, except on the homepage.
Period Comparisons in Dashboards
Insight dashboards now contain the option "Compare with previous period". By checking this box, all insights that perform period reporting will automatically show a trend comparison (percentual increase or decrease) to the period directly preceding the selected period. This period comparison will for example be visible in the dialogues table, the dialogue and segment KPIs and the segments or dialogue over time graphs.
To enhance the user experience, BlueConic will now present a start page when you enter a section for the first time in a session, instead of directly opening the first on the list.
On these starting pages you will be offered the option to either select an existing object or directly create a new one.
Additional options in Behavior Listener
The behavior listener now has three new options for values to put in the profile at a certain action or event. You can now also put Query String Parameters, URL values or Cookie values directly into the profile.
Range filter now also can exclude ranges
You can now also select a range of values to exclude for your visitor segmentation:
Standalone and printable dashboards
You can show a standalone dashboard that leaves out the BlueConic navigation by changing the URL to the dashboard. Instead of "type=dashboard" you should use "type=standalonedashboard". This will show the dashboard without navigation and with an automatic refresh (in order not to get automatically logged out). You could use this type of dashboard for example to show on a separate screen (e.g. TV or projector).
It is also possible to print this dashboard (e.g. to PDF) to create a static version to share with others.
There is a plugin available for Chrome that allows you to embed a site into an iFrame locally, if this is prevented through X-Frame options. In this way you can still use these sites within BlueConic in your visual picker, inline editor or journey simulator.
You can also use this plugin to locally add the script to any site, in order to locally test these pages in BlueConic if the script is not (yet) present on the site or if there is a script that is pointing to another BlueConic server is on the site.
The Chrome Plugin can be found here.
There have been some small UI-changes to enhance the user experience:
- New navigation styling
- Smart navigation widgets now automatically refreshes, so the refresh button is removed
- New status-switch in Title bars to switch objects on or off.
- Improved responsiveness