August 2017

Distribution manager

You can now define when and how codes should be delivered to your customers. Once you create a campaign, you can go to the Distribution Manager to specify how you want to share your codes. 

Follow this link for more information about this feature.

Salesforce and WooCommerce integrations

You can now use two beta Zapier integrations which will help you keep customer data from Salesforce and WooComerce up to date. Each time a new customer is added to your CRM, the Zaps will automatically create a counterpart in Voucherify, allowing for smooth data synchronization. 

Follow this link for more information about Salesforce Integration. 

Follow this link for more information about this WooCommerce Integration.

Manual customer upload

You can now add customers manually in addition to API and CSV uploads.

Follow this link for more information about the manual upload of customer data. 

Voucherify.js 2.0

You can now use the improved version of Voucherify we widget. The new version offers a new publish form that allows you to quickly display and assign codes to customers visiting your landing page.

Follow this link for more information about the new widget or visit the developers' documentation.  

UI and API update of validation rules

You can now edit validation rules via the Dashboard or API. If you want to loosen or tighten up the business criteria for a running campaign, you can do so in real-time. The history of all such changes will be stored in the Dashboard. You can now see who introduced the modification and what were the previous attributes attached to the particular rule.

Follow this link for more information about validation rules. 

Custom domain for emails

You can now use your custom domain as sender's data during coupon distribution. 

Follow this link for more information about validation rules. 

Email distribution of referral rewards

You can now use your Mandrill or Sendgrid account, or our internal email mechanism to deliver referral rewards to customers.

Follow this link for more information about the email distribution of referral rewards. 

MailChimp integration improvements

You can now use MailChimp send-out in a much easier manner. All you have to do it select a MailChimp list, define the conditions to trigger a message and choose the respective coupon campaign. You can use manual delivery or set up an automatic trigger based on customer segments.

Follow this link for more information about this feature. 

New API version

You can now use a new and improved API version. You can see the new API and new features in action at the refreshed examples section. Amongst others: Stripe integration, Voucherify.js new capabilities, cart integrations. They’re all hosted on glitch.com platform which makes them super interactive. Play around with them and let us know should you have any questions.

Follow this link for more information about API updates.  

New validation rules

You can now use more validation rules which will help you target your campaigns even better: 

  • A limited number of voucher redemption per day.
  • Discount applicable to a specific product only. 
  • Redeem only at specific Merchant.

Follow this link for more information about validation rules.  

Beta version of metadata schema

You can now use the beta version of the metadata schema validation that allows you to enforce the structure and format of your custom fields. Now, you are able to define:

  • Which metadata field is optional.
  • What’s the type of the field (text, numeric, boolean).
  • Type-dependent constraints (text length, number lesser/greater than, has any value, and more).

Follow this link for more information about metadata.  

Intercom distribution

You can now deliver coupons via the live chat window of Intercom. The channel works for both manual and dynamic send-outs.

Follow this link for more information about Intercom integration.  

New javascript widget

You can now place a coupon widget on pretty much every website with a little help from our JavaScript snippet. It allows you to publish unique codes from specific campaigns in exchange for an email address and other customer data.

Follow this link for more information about the new widget.  

New user roles

You can now use two new user roles – Viewer and Merchant. 

Follow this link for more information about user roles in Voucherify.


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