April 29, 2024

Screenshot of FirstQuadrant's creativity slider

Creativity slider

Our customers have been asking for a way to control the creativity of their campaigns, i.e., how much the content of the emails can deviate from the sequence template. When setting up the campaign, you can now drag a slider to adjust the creativity level from "Precise" to "Creative". The more creative the campaign, the more the content will deviate from the sequence template. You can try different creativity levels to see what works best for your message.

Additionally, we're working on a large update that adds several features to support inbound campaigns, and we have shipped some of these under feature preview. This update includes a new context panel in the right sidebar on the Qualification preview page, and support for qualification based on whether a contact is using a free email provider such as Yahoo! or Gmail. We'll share more details next week!

Fixes & improvements

  • We now show urgent notifications in the navbar to ensure that you don't miss important updates.
  • Add a new classification for incoming emails, Automated, that detects emails sent by automated systems.
  • Updated concurrency queues for faster email generation when a campaign is created.
  • Add indices for all foreign keys to make database queries faster.
  • Added missing classification label for Forwarded emails in the Todo view.
  • Allow starting campaigns while contacts are still being prospected.
  • Updated the minimum qualified-to-excluded ratio from 10% to 5%.
  • Fixed a bug where BCC was not correctly set when sending emails.
  • Migrated our underlying database to a new upstream provider for higher reliability.
  • Hide deliverability interfaces such as warming status in Settings -> Mailboxes.
  • Migrated the logic for injecting open tracking pixel to work across more email clients.
  • We now run all campaigns more frequently in the background to ensure that they are up-to-date.

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