List Management users can now schedule their emails for a future date and time using the existing email sending process on app.bananatag.com.
Simply click Schedule Send on the sending page, select the desired date, and then select Save Schedule.
List Management users can now easily delete fields created as part of the list import process. This enables users to remove sensitive fields or fields created in error, while also removing the data mapped to those field(s).
Simply click the trash can icon beside the field you would like to remove on the field mapping page 🗑️❌
If you've already completed your import and would like to remove a field, you can either return to the import page if syncing with a data source such as Active Directory, or re-upload your CSV.
Any deleted fields can be re-mapped later if needed.
We've made a change to our user permissions so that new Base Users do not have permission to send emails using List Management by default. This change gives organizations more control over who is able to send to the distribution lists that they build in Bananatag.
Parent Admins and Managers can grant Base Users the ability to send using List Management on an individual basis from the Teams page.
This does not effect users who send using our Outlook or Gmail integrations or the permissions of existing Base Users on accounts using List Management.
We've added the ability to easily edit or break links in Email Designer 3 without deleting the link text. Simply highlight the link and click the link icon 🔗.
The comments 💬your employees submit in response to surveys will now be included in PDF & CSV reports exported from Bananatag.
Simply click on any email shown on app.bananatag.com to access the Email Stats page, and then use the Export button.
Surveys are available to Power and Enterprise Users. Contact your Account Executive or Account Manager to learn more.
We've added a '+' icon to empty blocks in the Email Designer to give you a new way to quickly add elements.
You can also continue to drag elements into empty blocks the same as before.