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Understood and agreed. I will add this to our list. I can’t provide an ETA at this time but will update here when the time comes.
Assuming we (I usually) remember to update the status of this request to "Completed" when the time comes you will be notified automatically.
I'm not clear on exactly what "re-evaluating the participant conditions" means. Can you clarify please?
If some custom js would solve this then you may be in luck. Net-Results Landing Pages allow for custom js to be added.
Is your subscription preferences page a Net-Results Landing Page?
Apologies, but the option is not at all well labeled or obvious. We have plans to improve this...
You will need to surround your custom js with <script></script> tags. You can load jQuery or other frameworks if needed. We can supply sample code and likely can help with the details of implementing the solution you're after as well.
This can be tough because it's very common for a branch to be based on an action (like an open or a click) in a previous branch. For a campaign with branches that are based on behavior we can never predict how many will qualify. This is why we've not attempted to show qualification numbers of branches. That said, we hear this request enough that we want to explore what can be done reliably (though we're afraid of confusing people who have behavior-based conditions for their branches).
Can you reply here with the name of one or more branching campaigns from your account that would serve as an example to explore? We will have a look and chew on the idea to see whether we can put something together that adds value without adding confusion.
Thanks for the suggestion!
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Images may now be re-sized via drag & drop in the Landing Page Builder. We’re working on enhancements that will cover the other half of this request – the appearance of Forms.
As we continue to make progress on this, know that you can customize the appearance of forms via css to your liking. Happy to discuss if the path requires illumination. :)
Thanks for the suggestion, it’s a needed addition. We hope to tackle this in one of our “quick hits” sprints coming after the new user interface launches.
We're now getting into the "quick hits" and I confirm this is among them. We'll provide an ETA when we can do so reliably.
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This is on the quick hits list. That said, a lot of items are on the quick hits list :) but this is pretty high from a prioritization standpoint.
I'd like to hear more from you (via email or a call please) about your thoughts re: conversion tracking to see if they line up with what we're thinking.
The good news is that adding Form Actions to Web Form Mappings in on the short list. The bad news is it's behind 2 other tasks. The current estimate is that the Form Actions will be live in September.
You may be interested in the 2 tasks that are ahead of this in the queue: much improved Campaign reporting and Impression/Conversion reporting for Net-Results forms.
We’ll soon have support for data flow between Net-Results and several Zoho products including CRM via our integration with Zapier.
This is in the works with an ETA of Q4!
Zoho's API makes integrating with them at the level we'd like essentially impossible. Unlike SugarCRM, Salesforce.com and others, Zoho's API is very restrictive. This appears to be strategic on their part. It seems they'd rather sell you an additional app than allow tight integration by 3rd parties like Net-Results.
That said, a useful level of contact synchronization is a possibility. Anyone out there want to take a crack at building a plugin using our (not yet publicly available) JSON API?
I'd like to ask a clarifying question. Are you referring to contacts who've qualified via a lead scoring overlay? That's what I'm thinking but, despite being an Overlord, making assumptions still get's me in trouble pretty often.
We’ve recently completed work on a full integration with Litmus (http://www.litmus.com) that soon will allow you to see how your email will render in 30+ email clients. You’ll also be able to see how your email will be viewed by popular spam filtering software.
We expect to have these features live in Net-Results very soon and will let you know when they’re available.
An overdue update on our Litmus integration...
We ran into issues with the pricing model that Litmus offered us as a partner. Oddly, they offered us pricing that would have cost us (or our customers) *much more* to use Litmus' email previewing services - despite buying in bulk - than it would cost a company to subscribe to those services directly. We were puzzled too...
It appears that we are finally seeing some progress with this that should allow us to enable this long completed integration soon. More to come...
An excellent suggestion. We have had this on our long term roadmap for a while. We’ll update status again here when we this feature moves into the dev queue and we can provide an ETA.
Still no ETA here but I wanted to let you know that this is looming large on our radar.
There are a few other campaign quirks that we're keen to address concurrently with campaign requalification. We're looking at a somewhat major refactoring of a key campaign subsystem to do this right. As such we're (prudently in our opinion) allowing time for multiple ideas and discussion and adequate time to for these ideas to bake.
Just letting you know the ball is moving forward on this one.
We couldn't agree more Abdul.
We had a long discussion about the best path forward for campaign requalification on Friday. We'll let you know as soon as we have an ETA.
This feature is on our roadmap but not in the short-term future. No ETA is available yet. We’ll keep you posted.
If, for example, you generate 25 leads for every 1,000 emails sent but have only 1 or 2 sales reps to deal with those leads you probably don't want to send 10,000 emails at once and generate 10 x 50 = 500 leads in one day. Your sales reps would be inundated, leads would not receive responses in a timely manner and you'll kill many good prospects.