Here are the latest product news and updates to Moosend.
Text editor improvements
We've moved the text editing options from the right pane of the editor into a toolbar that now appears at the top of the text item. This change makes it easier and quicker to access commonly used formatting options when you edit a text item, for example in a campaign, landing page, and subscription form. You will also see this change when you edit an article item.
- Add a text item in a newsletter, landing page, or subscription form
- Add an article item in a newsletter or landing page
Conditional visibility improvements
We've made user interface and functional improvements to the conditional visibility setting, which lets you send targeted content to recipients that meet specific conditions. You can now add up to 10 conditions per layout and choose whether to hide or show the content based on those conditions. By using custom fields in the conditions, you can send personalized campaigns to your recipients based on their age, location, or any other relevant data.
Moosend now features a mobile-friendly design, optimized to improve the user experience on mobile devices. You can access all main Moosend features, such as email lists, campaigns, growth tools, and reports, via a mobile web browser. You can also manage your account settings, send campaigns, publish landing pages and forms, view your automations and dashboards, all on the go. You can switch from your desktop to your mobile device, allowing you to resume your work exactly where you left off.
Integration with Sitecore Content Hub DAM
Integration with Sitecore Content Hub DAM - the integration with Sitecore's Digital Asset Management system enables you to use your Content Hub images in your campaigns, landing pages, and subscription forms.
Improved user experience
We've significantly enhanced and optimized the performance of the Campaign editor so you won't experience a delay when editing large campaigns.
Improved Moosend API documentation
For an improved user experience, we have moved the API documentation from Apiary to a new site. The site uses a modern API tri-pane layout that lets users see simultaneously the topic outline in the left pane, the API content in the middle and the code samples in the right pane. We also use a single page structure so that users can easily navigate to and find the specific topic or endpoint they require on the same page.
The API content is divided into two distinct sections. The Getting Started section includes an overview of the API, standard API topics for onboarding API users, and a walkthrough for creating API requests. The API reference section includes a description of each endpoint and method to use, request and response parameters, and code samples in different programming languages such as, cURL, Java, Go, and Python.
Add a Wheel of fortune to your forms
You can now add a Wheel of fortune (WOF) to a form on your landing page or subscription form. By adding a WOF, your audience gets to spin a wheel in a form and win discounts or any offer you've set in exchange for subscribing to your email list.
New promotional pop up
In addition to the different subscription forms you can create in Moosend, you can now create another type of form called Promotional pop-up. This type of form is used mainly to promote a special message, like a new product offer, a sale, or an event that you don't want your visitors to miss. To help you get started with the design, you can choose from the available templates.
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Save your custom items for re-use
The editor now allows you to save custom items in your newsletters and landing pages. Previously, you could only save custom layouts for re-use. Now, you can save any item you've created from scratch or customized, for example, a button or a timer, or any other reusable items.
- Save a custom item for re-use in the Campaign Editor
- Save a custom item for re-use in the Landing Page Designer
Use Code mode in landing page and form designers
The Code mode has been added to the landing page and form designers. Previously, you could only use Code mode in the Campaign Editor for newsletters. This mode lets you get a read-only view of the HTML code of your landing pages and subscription forms, download the JSON files of your Moosend templates, or upload JSON files of templates from another source.
- Using Code mode to get the landing page HTML or JSON file
- Using Code mode to get the subscription form HTML or JSON file
Additional editor enhancements
The editor has added more options for designing your newsletters, landing pages, and subscription forms. You can now adjust the width of your newsletter into preset sizes, select a newsletter layout's background image position, add shadow to items, set default fonts, and switch the default article image position.
To improve usability, several improvements have been made to the design of the Campaign Editor, Landing Page Designer, and Form Designer. You can see a top menu where you can access different modes and options. In the left pane of the editor, you can access layouts, items, and settings and in the right pane, you can see the layout- or item-specific settings. Additional enhancements have also been added to allow users to zoom in and out, resize the editing area, and access help articles from within the editors.
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- Working with the Campaign Editor
- Working with the Landing Page Designer
- Working with the Form Designer
New Comments mode
You can now add comments to an item or a layout when designing your campaigns, landing pages, or subscription forms. Using Comments mode, you can collaborate with team members by adding and replying to comments and marking them as resolved or unresolved. You are also notified as a team member when another member adds a comment to a design you're working on.
- Using Comments mode for newsletters
- Using Comments mode for landing pages
- Using Comments mode for subscription forms
You can now restore any actions that were undone in your newsletter, landing page, or subscription form design. Previously, you were able to undo any action but you had to redo everything manually if you wanted to go back to the previous actions. The redo button is placed in the top menu.
- Redo changes in the Campaign Editor
- Redo changes in the Landing Page Designer
- Redo changes in the Form Designer
Code mode enhancement
When you are working on your campaigns, you can now use Code mode to get an actual read-only view of the HTML code of your design. This enables you to check the code of your current newsletter template before copying the HTML code and sharing it with others.