New In December '17


Check out what's new at Unbounce!

This month we renamed "overlays" to "popups" and launched two new features: Audit Logs and Two-Factor Authentication. Keep reading for the full scoop below!

Audit Logs
(Launched: December 12th, 2017)

This feature is available for Enterprise accounts.

Have you ever found yourself wondering when something changed in your account, and whodunit? You won't need Sherlock Holmes to crack this case: Audit Logs has got your back.

The Audit Logs feature is a detailed activity feed that keeps track of the following user actions (including when they happened, which user performed them, and on which client they were applied):

  • Creating, Modifying, Renaming, Saving, Publishing, Unpublishing, Deleting, or Copying a Page/Popup/Sticky Bar.
  • Sending, Accepting, or Declining a User Invite.

Check out Working with Audit Logs to learn more!

Two-Factor Authentication
(Launched: December 18th, 2017)

This feature is available for Enterprise accounts.

Two-Factor Authentication (2FA) is an optional feature that you can turn on if you'd like to add an extra layer of protection to your Unbounce account by requiring authentication with a mobile device in addition to your username and password.

Check out Working with Two-Factor Authentication to learn more!

"Overlays" are now "Popups"
(Launched: December 18th, 2017)

Last year, we launched two brand new products: Overlays and sticky bars. After lots of chatting with our customers, we listened to your feedback and made some changes to simple things up a bit: We renamed "overlays" to "popups" (and no longer use the umbrella term "Convertables", which used to describe our popups and sticky bars features).

Don’t worry, the only thing we’re changing is the name: You’ll still be able to convert more of your website traffic with targeted popups, and trigger relevant offers and promotions on any page of your website (including sites that weren’t built in Unbounce).

Check out Oli Gardner's "Technology isn’t the Problem, We Are. An Essay on Popups." blog post if you're interested in learning more about the story behind this name change.

That's all for December! Happy New Year!


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