We cleaned up the Cookie Policies section a little bit and added a new setting for Cookie Uniqueness. The options are Domain and Pop-up Version. Domain is the default and how things have been functioning to this point. This means the cookie is created for the domain and would stop someone from seeing the pop-up again even after you deploy a new version. Selecting Pop-up Version means the cookies are specific to each version so you could deploy a new pop-up version for the holidays and make sure everyone sees it. Check out the HelpHub FAQ for more info. (Read this for more on HelpHub.)
Support for Multiple Pop-ups on the Same Domain
If you purchase multiple pop-ups and would like them deployed on the same site, you can now do that. For example, you may want one pop-up to only display when someone clicks the email signup box in the footer, while also having a separate pop-up displayed as usual.
Support for Multiple Subdomains and Multiple Top-Level Domains
This means you can enter, say, brontogear into the domain settings and the pop- up will work for shop.brontogear.com, brontogear.net and brontogear.com.au. If you want to restrict it to a certain domain then you can be more specific. For example, entering brontogear.com means it will work for shop.brontogear.com and brontogear.com, but not brontogear.net.
Disabled Auto-Focus for IE
IE browsers do not display the placeholder text when the input field is selected, so we no longer auto-focus the email input field in IE browsers.
A month ago, we actually switched CDNs (Content Delivery Network) from Amazon CloudFront to Fastly. This new CDN provides much faster load times, and newly deployed changes will be reflected almost immediately, as opposed to the waits of 5-15 minutes we had previously with Amazon.
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Damian Trzebunia (Che-BOON-ya)
Product Marketing Manager