Even the most legitimate of emails can be falsely flagged as spam/phishing despite email best practices resulting into automatically unsubscribing the user from the emails without them knowing, and even when they themselves didn't want to. We've introduced two-click confirmed unsubscribe to get around this. You can find more information about it here.
We've added 2 new user data points to allow you to track from which page and through what method the user was added to your project.
From your Prefinery dashboard, you'll find both the Creation Method (e.g. if you have multiple forms or ways to add the user to the project from the same page) and the Creation Page which is hyperlinked with the Creation URL, in the user's profile.
You can now search/filter users by IP address.
Newly drafted/cloned email message can now still be sent to users even if the status change trigger (opt-in subscription confirmation, applies, invited, rejected, activated, idled, and imported) has already happened for them as long as the delivery delay you've set for it prior to activating the message hasn't elapsed for the user yet.
If you're using the Prefinery popup form on your website, besides clicking on the X button on the popup your users can now also simply press the Esc key on their device to close it out.
Spam impressions (page traffic from bots/non-humans) no longer count towards your project impression stats for a more accurate representation.
You can now import up to 25k users at a time (per import).
You can now change your sender name as it appears to your users when they receive your emails. Check out our guide on it for more details here.
Previously, when auto-save kicks in while editing an email message body for example, you lose the cursor which would interrupt your typing since you had to click on the message again. This has now been fixed.
Prefinery uses the cloud-based phone system JustCall.io which mainly provides us an IVR (Interactive Voice Response), call-to-voicemail and SMS logging, Help Scout integration, besides the scalability, privacy and security features we require.