Weekly Product Release Notes - October 1, 2020

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Weekly Product Release Notes - October 1, 2020

Entries that are bolded indicate recent product updates.

  • If you have any questions about the product updates featured in this list, our support team is happy to help you with your request. 
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Website / App Feedback

  1. Creating a Website / Feedback Project: The project creation flow has become more guided, enabling newbies and super-users alike to get the most out of their DX programs. This user interface update is being released in phases, and may not be available in your account yet.
  2. A/B Testing in Website Feedback: A new support page explaining how to test the performance of 2 or more creatives against each other, from building the intercepts to reporting on data.


  1. Bubble Chart Widget: Added ability to change the displayed metric on the widget between favorability and average. 
  2. Participant Tools: New option in participant tools: Update Data & Analysis with Current Participant Metadata. With this release comes the ability to directly edit metadata field values in D&A for Lifecycle projects only. 


  1. B2B Command Center: Added ability to customize account cards in the strategic accounts widget. 

XM Directory

  1. SMS Distributions in XM Directory: You can now distribute SMS distributions in XM Directory.
  2. Distribution Automations: Added functionality for percentage based contact sampling. 
  3. Creating a Mailing List Sample: Added functionality for percentage based contact sampling. 


  1. Simulating Packages (PX): New reports for conjoint pricing studies. New reports are: demand estimation, profit projection, and revenue projection. 
  2. Configuring Conjoint Questions (PX): New option in conditional pricing to “vary prices to get feedback on price sensitivity” for running pricing studies.

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