Released December 20, 2023 over the air
It’s the holiday season, grinch hearts are growing three sizes, and sharing is caring, so welcome to the world of Shared Galleries in Reach. Now, when campaigns are making Galleries for the Reach Content Library, they can choose to share those Galleries with other campaigns in their organization, a specific list of other campaigns, or even all of Reach! Then, admins can browse all the shared galleries their campaign has access to and choose to add some to their Content Library so their users can interact with that Gallery and the content within it just like it was their own. Admins on both the campaign who owns the Gallery and the campaign where the interactions are happening will be able to see and learn from the Content Reviews, Share Feedback, and Content Actions.
- Shared Galleries are now visible in the Content Library if your campaign admins have added them to your campaign. You can tell a Gallery is a Shared Gallery by the banner displaying the campaign name at the bottom of the thumbnail.
- In the Content Library’s “Recent Content” and “Galleries” lists, items will no longer float to the top of the list just because they are “new” and unseen. Previously, if you looked at a “new” item that was at the top of your list, then tapped back to the gallery, it might have shuffled to a different place in the list since it was no longer “new”. Now, these lists will always be order by when the item was last updated, regardless of whether it is new to you or not.
- For the past month or so, Users who started using Reach on iOS were not getting an option to turn on Push Notifications. That is now fixed and any of those users who have never been asked about push notifications permissions will be asked next time they launch the app.
- New Shared Galleries Admin screen lets you browse all available Shared Galleries, see a preview of what is in them, and add some to your campaign.
- You can now see a users’ My Campaign VAN ID in the User drawer, if they have been synced to My Campaign.
- You can now set your campaign’s default home screen tab from the Home Screen section of the Campaign Settings screen.
- On the Content Reviews, Share Feedback, and Actions lists, you can now customize the column visibility and order, and turn on a new Campaigns column to let you see when actions or feedback came from users on other campaigns via Shared Galleries.
- When editing Galleries you can now set Sharing preferences.
- The “File Upload” label in Action Cards Default Template Library modal’s filter drop-down is better.
- The Layout of the Action Card creation form’s Push Notification toggle is better.
- The placeholder of the Labels thumbnail image is now the correct aspect ratio.
- Action Card Default Template Library browser windows were looking a bit messy when there were no templates to browse. Now they look neat.