Since we last posted a product update in September 2014, Rooster has undergone plenty of changes.
Interface layout, targeting capabilities, and design options are just a few of the changes we’ve made over the past 4 months.
Here’s what’s new!
Exit overlay templates
Rooster customers now have the option of creating an exit overlay from a template. We’ll be adding additional templates soon, but here’s what we’re working with so far.
Users can still create exit overlays from scratch, but the templates should be handy for creating quick test campaigns.
If you aren’t comfortable editing HTML, you can now use the Rooster Inline Editor–currently in beta. Simply click a field, enter new text, and you’re done!
Even if you’re comfortable editing HTML, the Rooster Inline Editor is a handy way to quickly edit fields without digging into the markup.
Rooster Exit Overlays can now be targeted by date and time.
For example, if you only want your exit overlay to run between 8am and 2pm, you can easily do so. Or if you only want your overlays shown on weekends, this is also possible.
Further, we’ve added “not” rules to our user targeting, so it’s now easier to exclude certain user segments.
Updated support site
The Rooster Support Site now includes step-by-step instructions on integrating with third-party tools, and using Rooster with popular website platforms.
Want to integrate Rooster with MailChimp, AWeber, Infusionsoft, or Hubspot? No problem.
Want to add Rooster to a Shopify, Unbounce, or WordPress site? We’ve got you covered.
Dynamic page support
We’ve improved the way we load our scripts so that we can handle various site structures and jQuery versions. Rooster now supports dynamic pages, so if you’re a single page app, you’ll have no problem using Rooster.
(Oh yea, and Rooster now works much better with Internet Explorer…if you’re into that kind of thing).
Entry export functionality
We’ve updated email entry functionality so you now will always see the last 5 addresses entered, and you can export lists in excess of 5,000 entries into one CSV file.
And a pretty interface…
Are there any changes to Rooster that you would like to see? Don’t hesitate to contact us.