Release Notes: Tables, bug fixes and infrastructure redundancy

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Our product teams recently released new Aloha toolbar functionality to insert and edit tables, as well as a number of bug fixes and usability changes for Campaigns. Our infrastructure team has also been hard at work making our servers faster, more powerful, and more resilient:




+ Insert tables with the Aloha toolbar

We've added a simple table tool in the drag & drop editor, so now it's much easier to share tabular data like class schedules and pricing structures with your audience. For details on functionality and some known issues, please see the full release notes on our blog.




+ Bug fixes

  •  A recent release broke the social sharing link, which was going to a "mailing not found" error message. Sharers should be seeing their mailings again.

  •  HTML-savvy users who created mailings with their own code were seeing some HTML comments render as -->-->--> in the inbox, but this has been fixed and comments do not appear in the inbox.

  • In the "Send Test" modal, multiple lines of user notes would extend the "notes" field and push the "Send Test" button below the bottom edge of the modal. Now, when that happens, the modal becomes scrollable so users can still access the button to send.

  • When linking text, users couldn't scroll to the bottom of a long list of documents or surveys. Now, the link modal allows users to scroll down and select any of their documents or surveys for linking.

  • Some older signup forms had broken images on preview and published pages, which was a bug introduced when we moved to the cloud. These images should all display properly now.

  • Audience exports were sorting backwards from what was expected (oldest first). We've fixed that, so the newest data is first.

  • Exports weren't working for customers who deleted all their audience member fields. Now, you can export your data even if you get rid of all your fields. You can also undelete fields you've previously removed by clicking the gears icon at the top-right of your account and selecting Deleted items.

  • Emma used to recalculate response numbers every time new response data came in, instead of simply adding to the most recent tally. Now that we're doing the latter, the Response page uses way fewer resources to stay up-to-date, so it reacts to new data much faster.




+ Scaling Emma's infrastructure

Emma is expanding into another datacenter so we can increase our mailing capacity and add redundancy into our mailing infrastructure. Most customers don't need to do anything, but anyone who whitelists us based on sending IPs may need to make some adjustments. See the full blog post for range details.



For complete release notes, head over to the Emma Blog.

If you have an idea, concern or question about our recent product releases, start a new topic and let's chat!

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