This release includes the ability to export reports as CSV files, and various enhancements related to the configuration of deep links in Iterable projects.
CSV exports for reports
It's now possible to export CSV files from the reports shown on the Insights > Reports screen. This can be a useful way to create local backups, manipulate the data, and analyze it with Excel or a business intelligence tool. For more information, read Reports.
Deep link configuration enhancements
This release also includes various enhancements to the configuration of deep links in Iterable. In particular, you can now:
Define the specific domains and paths that Iterable will (and will not) rewrite as deep links for a given tracking domain. To do this, you'll define multiple destination domains for a tracking domain, and give each one its own apple-app-site-association file. This makes it possible to define the specific subdomains for which a tracking domain should rewrite deep links.
Upload and manage apple-app-site-association and assetlinks.json files directly in Iterable, without contacting your customer success manager.
If you're already using deep links in your Iterable project, they will continue to work as expected. For more details, see the migration instructions.
For more information, read Sending Domains, Tracking Domains and Deep Links.
If you have any questions about exporting reports to CSV files or the enhancements to deep link configuration in Iterable, contact your Iterable customer success manager.