There’s been plenty of talk about eCommerce and the increase in online everything during COVID-19,...
Welcome back my intrepid eCommerce explorers! Some of you may have noted strange shores on the horizon of your CMS login…
Ok, I promise I’ll stop with the ship metaphors now - and not just because I’m running out of awful puns.
A few of you may have seen some funky changes to the CMS late last week, and I wanted to take a moment to point out the cool things you can now get access to. You can always see the release notes on the right hand side of your home page, but I thought you’d like something a bit more user-friendly to read.
And away we go:
You get a promo code! And you get a promo code!
Some call them magic, we call them repeating promo codes. Once your customer buys the required minimum, they'll not only receive a % discount on the promotional product, they'll also get a NEW promo code emailed to them.
Want to know more? Never fear; the lovely Katie here with a guide.
For a limited time only it’s the CampaignMaster 5000!
Ok, it’s actually not for a limited time. And it’s not called the CampaignMaster 5000, but the new Campaign Maintenance should make your life much easier. Redesigned to fit the new CMS and with a focus on usability, creating campaigns should be a snap.
Saving the best for last!
I’m so excited for this last one I don’t even have a witty headline because I’m too eager to show it to you. You ready for this?
Product Variants can now be maintained in the CMS!
Some people may know this feature as Style / Colour / Size. Previously I know one of the roadblocks for some of our customers when it came to considering if they were going to use product variants was the maintenance mechanism. Well no more I say! No more!
Going forward you can maintain this whole process through the CMS. Check out the documentation for some great screen shots and a step by step:
One more sneaky note from me before I leave you for the day: keep your eyes peeled for a quick survey coming soon on what we should be developing next in the CMS. I’d really appreciate it if you could take a few minutes to let me know your thoughts.
Until next time.