Support "Retry" of Failed Jobs from UI

A Source or Destination job may fail for various reasons. Previously, a failed job necessitated a support ticket and manual intervention for a restart, significantly hindering daily workflow. We've recently introduced a feature that adds a "Retry" button directly in the user interface for failed jobs. This allows you, the end user, to attempt restarting a job that failed due to a temporary issue without having to contact support..

Interest Engine Improvements & Recommendation Explorer

We've released several updates to the Interest Engines interface:

Prevent Infinite Loading of Fields/Mappings in Configs

A bug that caused some Source and Destination configurations to experience infinite loading when attempting to retrieve a list of available fields from the schema has been addressed. This issue was initially identified in the Pinterest CAPI integration.

Improved Access Clarity

Previously in the app, certain functionalities were completely hidden or depended on the API to provide error messages when actions like Audience creation were not permitted. Now, the UI has been updated to clearly indicate when users lack the necessary access rights before they attempt to make requests related to Audiences, Sources, Destinations, Fields, Mappings, etc.

Graceful Handling of Removed Users

When a user is removed from a Lytics account, it's typical for the tasks or audiences they created to remain active. Previously, this situation led to errors across the interface, particularly when reviewing a Source or Destination in Conductor. A warning would appear with minimal details following the user's removal. This behavior has now been amended, and the interface will display "Removed User" in the "created by" field to clarify the status.

Lytics Consent Modifications for Google and Amazon

We've released an update regarding consent for the Lytics Google Customer Match Export, Google DV360 Audience Export, and Amazon DSP: Sync Cookies/Email Export. Here is an overview of what has changed and where improvements have been made.

New Interest Engines section

The new Interest Engines tab within the Content section of the left-hand navigation menu surfaces different configurations for content taxonomies and their related Affinities. This concept is called Interest Engines, which is also the tab's name in the navigation.

Streams Autocomplete in Mapping Wizard

When you create or edit Mappings the Stream field will show a dropdown of all the streams coming into your account and the list will narrow as you begin to type the stream name.

Revert to Schema

In addition to being able to discard unpublished Schema changes, the UI now supports the ability to revert the schema back to a previous version. Learn more in the Schema Versions documentation.

Personally Identifiable Information Checkbox for Fields

When creating new or editing existing fields you know have the option to identify what fields in your schema are to be considered personally identifiable information.