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This Month’s Freshest Features

A change in season is right around the corner. But before you start your vacation, take a look at what we’ve launched in the last month. Our new GDPR-friendly contact tools, updates to landing pages, and improved mobile app mean you can leave the office without worrying about your business.
GDPR


The GDPR is here, and our updated contact delete function will help you comply.

 

Last month we made our signup forms GDPR-friendly, so you can easily collect and record consent. We also updated our contact management tools to help you quickly export and modify contacts' personal data. Now, when you delete a contact from your list, you can replace all their identifying info in your reports with anonymized activity data.

We made lots of updates this season to make it easier for people to find and engage with your landing pages. Here’s the latest:
  • Add a notification bar to landing pages.
    Highlight new products, share important announcements, or provide cookie notice by adding a notification bar to your landing page. How to add a notification bar
Mobile


In case you missed it: Use your saved templates to send campaigns from the mobile app

Now you can access templates you've created on desktop to quickly design and send emails from wherever you are. How to create an email on iOS and Android

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