Moving Faster, Together: Introducing the New Taplytics UI
During these challenging times, we know keeping your users informed and engaged across your mobile, web, and OTT experiences has never been more important. But in order to do so, we also understand the need to work faster and more collaboratively across everything you do – including your A/B testing, feature flagging, and marketing automation efforts.
To help keep your customers engaged, while improving internal agility, we are thrilled to share the new Taplytics UI. With our new UI, you can work faster and more collaboratively on your experimentation and messaging projects – all while improving your security and permission controls.
What To Expect From Our New UI Update
Everything Is Now Faster
Say goodbye to load times when opening experiments, creating audiences, and analyzing results. Our new UI has been re-engineered in React.js for performance, increasing the speed across everything you do within Taplytics.
Collaborate Effectively: Introducing Templates and Tags
We understand the chaos of sorting and sharing experiments, and rebuilding push notifications. With our UI update, you can label and repurpose all your work in Taplytics.
Templates allow you to save push message settings for quick use across your organization’s projects.
Additionally, with tags, you can now label and filter all your experimentation, messaging, and feature flagging efforts in a new list view. This allows you to quickly find what you’re looking for, such as experiment ideas from a specific team member, or feature flags from a specific app project.
Introducing Teams and Custom Roles: Improve Security Across Your Organization
One of the major benefits of Taplytics is the ability to unite your organization with an all-in-one experimentation, feature flagging, and marketing automation solution. As an enterprise organization, however, having the ability to control who is able to access and edit certain projects is critical to keeping your efforts secure.
That’s why we’re excited to introduce new team and rule management options. Product and Marketing leaders can now create multiple teams in the same project, define custom role permissions, and tailor permissions for each user in Taplytics. Examples here could include:
- Creating marketing and product teams to manage separate app growth projects.
- Giving your agency limited access to experimentation analysis and insight support.
- Restricting marketers who manage push notification campaigns from seeing feature flags, or ensure newer members of the team don’t have the ability to publish experiments.
- Enabling multiple product feature teams to manage experiments in the same app.
Learn More About Our Product Update