Beta features are provided "as is," and they are excluded from Iterable's SLAs.
Iterable tests new features and products before releasing them in beta. However, beta features and products may contain bugs, vulnerabilities, performance issues, or other problems. To minimize risk, Iterable recommends that customers test these beta features in a sandbox environment before gradually using them in production scenarios.
Iterable may change, make fixes to, remove features from, add features to, or otherwise improve or modify beta features before removing their beta designation.
Iterable regularly moves features from beta to general availability. However, since beta features vary in complexity and success criteria, Iterable makes no timeline guarantees.