Release Notes - Previous

October 8, 2015: New Widget Builder

We have released a new Widget Builder that allows you to create and modify widgets with easy and flexibility. The new Widget Builder can be found in your Omniata panel as '+ Add Widget (New)'. More details can be found at

The new Widget Builder has:

  • Improved chart creation flow with existing or new reporting tables
  • Easier use of data fields
  • Scoping to environments and specific events
  • New data preview
  • And much more

Go take a look!

If you have any questions, please visit or email us at

August 10, 2015: UI Changes

Data Apps

  • Data Apps are now called Projects
  • Home Page now has two tabs: Favorites and All Projects
  • New Project install process has changed:
    • Choose 'New Project' on the home page -> Select from 'Applications', 'External Databases' and 'External Services'
    • Within 'Applications' choose from Custom, Standard, Blank type of project with previews
  • Packages are installed from 'Data Model' menu item on sidebar on dashboard.


  • Applications: Applications and API Keys
  • Events: contains 'Event Types', 'Event Console', and 'Event Scan'
  • Data Fields > Fields
  • Reporting Tables > Tables
  • Jobs
  • Manage Dashboards > Dashboards
  • Packages > Install New Packages
  • Data App Settings > Settings

July 15, 2015: New Support Portal

We have released a new Support Portal to assist you with questions related to the use of Omniata. The Support Portal can be found at

The Support Portal covers themes such as:

  • Integration
  • Data Visualization
  • Data Modeling
  • Campaigns & A/B Tests
  • Acquisition Marketing
  • FAQs

We will soon launch Omniata Schools that will provide further insights through 'How to...' guides.

We hope to hear your feedback on the support portal. If you see something missing, or if you have any suggestions please email

May 06, 2015: New Navigation

Omniata is pleased to announce a redesigned navigation menu that makes browsing more intuitive.

Navigation within Data App

The new navigation within Data App is divided into following categories:


This category contains all your dashboards and reports.


This category contains all the tools required to engage customers.

  • Campaigns
  • Channles
  • Experiments
  • Content
  • Content Types


This category contains all the tools required to access user level information.

  • Segments
  • User Browser


This category contains all the items that relate to the events and reporting tables

  • API Keys
  • Developer Console
  • Event Types
  • Data Fields
  • Reporting Tables
  • Jobs

Data App Settings

This category contains settings for the data app

  • Manage Dashboards
  • Configure Data App

April 06, 2015: New Experience for Campaigns

Omniata is pleased to announce a completely redesigned UI for effortlessly creating and running campaigns and A/B tests.

The experience is divided into four steps:

Step 1: Setup

  • Go to "Campaigns" under Engager and click the blue "Add Campaign" button.
  • Select the type of campaign from the options: Display, Push Notifications or Email.
  • Enter Campaign Name.
  • Click "Next Step".

Step 2: Experiences

This step allows you to create experiences, and add channel and content to those experiences.

  • Click on "Add Experience". This will create "Experience 1" for you.
  • Click on "Add Channel" to select the channels for the experience.
  • Click on "Add Content" to add content to the experience.
    • The "Add content" will open a popup where you can either choose content from the list or create new content. The preview section will show the preview of the content.
  • Repeat the above steps to add more channels and content to the experience.

A/B test:

  • If you want to run an A/B test, create two experiences.
  • If you create two experiences, a slider to split the users will appear below the experience.
  • Click "Next Step".

Step 3: Delivery

This step allows you to customize the targeting and scheduling options:

  • Select "Send to everyone" or "Custom targeting" option to target the campaign.
  • Select "Start immediately" or "Custom scheduling" option to schedule the campaign.
  • Click "Next Step".

Step 4: Confirm

This step lets you review the campaign and edit before activating the campaign. Once you have configured the campaign correctly, click the blue "Activate Campaign" button.

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