[released] Experience Platform 5.0.0

We are proud to announce the release of version 5.0.0 of the Experience Platform.

Actually it was supposed to be version 4.4.0, but due to a big problem with the all segments definition we had to make the step to 5.0.0. This is due to changes that are incompatible with the old versions.

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Release notes

  • [Feature] Incompatible change! We introduced a new segment definition language.
  • [Bug] We had to remove the old segment definition language.
  • [Feature] Deprecated API has been removed.
  • [Feature] The current process id is now written to a file.
  • [Feature] We have introduced a few extension points that are relevant to the hosting that we want to offer.
  • [Feature] Incompatible change! We removed the unused system modules and renamed common modules to system modules.
  • [Feature] It is possible now to filter the segments by site, so that you only see the segments for a single site.
  • [Feature] On internal erros, a custom error page is now used.

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Bob wants to encourage Big Spender to buy more often.

Bob uses Flex Content and WooCommerce coupons  to get big spenders to buy more often.

He creates a popup for the Big Spender Audience that shows the coupon code only to this target audience!

Bob thinks it's a great idea to place product recommendations on the home page.

Recommendations are a great way to increase the shopping basket size.

Show your customers products they recently viewed or popular products. 

Bob uses Flex Content to implement a simple Product Recommendation Widget on the start page.

How to find the right segments!

Web Analytics, the WooCommerce Dashboard or our Metrics Module can help you do this.

Do you have customers who keep looking at products from certain categories. Or customers who spend significantly more than the average You can use all this information to define segments!

Bob decides to target customers who spend a lot with targeted promotions.