July 21th, 2020
You can now create custom fields for your Splash Pages forms. Custom fields allow you to gather attributes about your subscribers, such as preferences or specific demographic attributes. At this time you can create custom input fields and multiple options fields.
In a June update, we had to remove Instagram from the list of available social login methods (more here). In this update, we are introducing the social login with Yahoo.
You can now set the open business hours on your locations and decide to block the guest WiFi service during closing hours.
We implemented some enhancement to the algorithms that estimate the foot traffic behaviors represented in the Spaces dashboards. You may notice small changes in the trends of the main metrics during this period.
We added new API endpoints to the APIs V3. Discover more at create.cloud4wi.com.
The new endpoints in V3 provide additional flexibility and more extensive metadata to facilitate your integrations with external systems.
We implemented minor usability improvements to the webhook configuration. If you leave the location filter list empty, all the new locations created after the webhook set up will be included in the notification without requiring any change.
We added an option to present the Promo Page in the Access Journey without having to trigger an email or text message. In this way, you can use the tool to effectively inform your customers and use other tools to eventually reach them.
Segments history [new Compass]
On the new Compass preview, we added a new dashboard that allows you to track the history of the size of your segments, including daily drops and additions.