New features and fixes in the Adobe Experience Cloud.
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Release date: April 2020
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New features and fixes in the Experience Cloud interface:
For product documentation, see Experience Cloud interface help.
Adobe is updating the domain and interface header to unify and improve your experience across all Experience Cloud applications. These enhancements are designed to simplify your experience in small but important ways. These enhancements will not change your current workflows.
Release notes for the Experience Platform, including Experience Platform Launch, Journey Orchestration, Offers, People, Places, Mobile Services, and security bulletins.
Using Adobe Experience Platform, orchestrate individual customer journeys at scale across experience channels by intelligently anticipating every individual’s needs in real time, wherever their journey takes them.
Android™ 4.18.2 (3 April, 2020):
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iOS 4.19.2 (24 March, 2020):
Unity 4.19.0 (10 March, 2020):
The Adobe Analytics April maintenance release has moved to May 21, 2020. For the latest Analytics release information, see March 2020 release notes.
|Customer Journey Analytics: Automated Dataset Backfill||This new option lets you import all historical data for a connection in Customer Journey Analytics. Learn more|
|Notice||Date Added or Updated||Description|
|Change to how Entries/Exits are calculated in Workspace||April 7, 2020||In Analysis Workspace, as of March 2020, we have changed how the None value interacts with Entries/Exits. Because you can now turn Nones on and off in Analysis Workspace, we apply the None value after the entry or exit, whereas (for eVars) it used to be applied before. For example, assume the first hit of a visit has no value for eVars, but the second hit does. In Reports & Analytics it will show up as Unspecified for the Entry, but in Analysis Workspace it will show up as the value on the second hit.|
|EOL of Conversion Level setting||March 3, 2020||The non-functioning Conversion Level setting in Admin Tools > Report Suites > General Account Settings will be removed from the interface on March 12, 2020.|
|EOL of Dashboard Archive||March 27, 2020||The View Archive setting under Manage Dashboards in Reports & Analytics will no longer be available as of October 2020.|
|End of Support for TLS 1.1||October 3, 2019||By March 31, 2020, Adobe Analytics will remove support for TLS 1.1. This change is part of our ongoing efforts to maintain the highest security standards and promote the safety of customer data.|
|New Adobe Analytics domain||Dec. 18, 2019||On January 16, 2020, Adobe Analytics began moving to a new domain -
Note: This change applies to all users accessing Analytics with their Adobe ID or Enterprise ID.
|End of Life - Analytics Legacy APIs||January 9, 2020||In November 2020, the following Analytics Legacy API services will reach their end-of-life and will be shutdown. Current integrations built using these services will stop working.
|San Jose FTP Broker Ending for London and Singapore||July 2020||For customers in London and Singapore, we will no longer support brokering of data between London or Singapore and the San Jose data center ftp.omniture.com.
|EOL of Ad Hoc Analysis||Aug 6, 2018||Adobe announced the intention to end-of-life Ad Hoc Analysis. An end-of-life date will be shared once available. For more information, visit Discover Workspace.|
|Improved Experience Cloud Audience Publishing||Improvements have been made to Experience Cloud Audience Publishing. You can now publish audiences (segments) and make them available six times faster. This reduces the current latency time from 48 hours to approximately 8 hours, and possibly faster, depending on traffic and segment size.|
|Multiple Report Suites in Analysis Workspace||Multiple report suites can be analyzed in a single Workspace project by selecting report suites at the panel level. This allows you to conduct side-by-side panel analysis across different sets of data.|
See Adobe Analytics Help Home for product documentation.
New features and fixes in Adobe Audience Manager:
|Top Customer Support Issues||We’ve added a new section to our documentation portal, which includes answers to the most frequent questions received by our Customer Support team.|
New features, fixes, and updates in Adobe Experience Manager (AEM). Adobe recommends customers with on-premise deployments to deploy the latest patches to ensure higher stability, security, and performance.
See the latest Adobe Experience Manager Newsletter.
AEM as a Cloud Service - Configuring Dynamic Media Cloud Service
A new option is available when you configure Dynamic Media Cloud Service:
Selective Publish - When you select this option it means that assets are auto published for secure preview only and can be explicitly published to AEM without publishing to DMS7 for delivery in the public domain.
Dynamic Media - Smart Imaging
The entire Smart Imaging Help topic was updated with new information, including image asset examples that depict the added Smart Imaging optimization.
See Smart Imaging.
Configuring Dynamic Media - Scene7 mode
A new Sync all content option is now available on the Dynamic Media Configuration page found in Tools > Cloud Services.
AEM Assets Brand Portal supports AEM Assets as a Cloud Service
You can now publish assets from AEM Assets as a Cloud Service to AEM Assets Brand Portal.
See Configure AEM Assets with Brand Portal and Publish assets to Brand Portal.
Adobe Asset Link 2.0 released
Adobe Asset Link 2.0 supports working with multiple AEM environments and supports AEM as a Cloud Service. AEM supports marketers’ needs to configure auto-run of asset processing workflow when assets are uploaded to a folder using Adobe Asset Link.
See Adobe Asset Link.
|Set Up Local Dispatcher Tools||Learn about facilitating configuring, validating, and simulating Dispatcher locally.|
|Set up Development Tools for AEM Projects||Adobe Experience Manager (AEM) development requires a minimal set of development tooling to be installed and set up on the developer machine. These tools support the development and building of AEM Projects.|
|Set up Local AEM Runtime||Adobe Experience Manager (AEM) can be run locally using the AEM as a Cloud Service SDK’s QuickStart Jar. This allows developers to deploy to and test custom code, configuration, and content prior to committing it to source control, and deploy it to a AEM as a Cloud Service environment.|
|Navigation||Explore the basics for navigation AEM Assets.|
|Versions||Explore how AEM creates and maintains asset versions.|
|AEM - Magento Integration using the Commerce Integration Framework||This video walks you through the setup of the integration between AEM and Magento.|
|Introduction to the AEM Architecture Stack||The CIF Project archetype creates a minimal Adobe Experience Manager (AEM) CIF project as a starting point for customer projects using CIF Core Components.|
|Introduction to OSGi||An introduction to OSGi, a dynamic modular architecture for Java™ applications that is the basis for Adobe Experience Manager.|
|Introduction to the Java™ Content Repository (JCR)||An introduction to the Java™ Content Repository (JCR) used by Adobe Experience Manager.|
|Introduction to Sling||An introduction to Sling, an open-source RESTful web framework that is part of Adobe Experience Manager’s underlying technology stack.|
|Introduction to Author and Publish Tier||An introduction to the Author and Publish tiers as part of the architecture in Adobe Experience Manager.|
|Introduction to Dispatcher||An introduction to the capabilities and features of the dispatcher as part of the AEM architecture.|
|Introduction to Component Development||An overview of developing components with Adobe Experience Manager Sites. Includes an introduction to Dialogs, Sling Models, HTL Scripts, and Client-Side Libraries.|
|AEM Project Archetype||The AEM Project contains all of the code and configurations for an implementation. The AEM Project Archetype creates a minimal, best-practices-based Adobe Experience Manager project as a starting point for your own AEM projects.|
|Understanding Core Components||AEM Core Components are a standard set components to be used with Adobe Experience Manager.|
Adobe Campaign provides an intuitive, automated way to deliver one-to-one messages across online and offline marketing channels. You can now anticipate what your clients want using experiences determined by their habits and preferences.
|Profile Substitution - Testing email messages using targeted profiles||Test your email messages using the Profile Substitution feature.|
For Magento release notes, see:
Marketo Engage is a complete applications for lead management and B2B marketers looking to transform customer experiences by engaging across every stage of complex buying journeys.
See Marketo release notes for more information.
The following features are releasing throughout the quarter:
|Sales Connect||Compose Window and Command Center updates/enhancements|
Marketo Engage Success Center: Launching in February 2020. The Success Center is an in-product help center that enables you to search Product Docs and the Community, launch how-to guides, access adoption content, and more. Note: This feature will be launched as a beta in ANZ and will roll out to North America later in the quarter.
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For cumulative and historical release notes, see Marketo release notes.