In an effort to provide your organization with the best experience possible, Sourcepoint continually releases new features, updates, and bug fixes for our Consent Management Platform (CMP). Below are the most recent updates to CMP:
To improve your organization's experience of the Sourcepoint platform, we have recently introduced a new way to navigate to First Layer Messages and Privacy Managers for a property or property group. Users will find a more simplified dropdown menu when clicking a property's GDPR tab.
From the website page under a property's GDPR TCF v2 tab, users can navigate between the First Layer Message and Privacy Manager builder by clicking the appropriate tab on the page.
In order to protect your organization from delivering a non-compliant experience, we have implemented some guardrails when launching a new campaign. Campaigns can no longer be launched without a Privacy Manager configured for the property. This update can possibly impact your experience of using Sourcepoint in the following ways:
A new CTA if you do not have a Privacy Manager configured for the property. Additionally, you will be unable to create a First Layer Message without first creating the Privacy Manager.
For organizations with a First Layer Message already configured, your organization will be unable to edit and save the First Layer Message until a Privacy Manager is selected.
If the property has a single Privacy Manager configured, the First Layer Message will default to that Privacy Manager. If there are multiple Privacy Managers for the property, a user will need to select a Privacy Manager from the list.
We have fixed side scrolling for the Details View.
We have updated our QR code generation/display so they load faster and can be easily scanned from a distance of 6 feet from the device.
Users can now customize the color and style of the focus border when a specific component in the Message is highlighted.
We have implemented some updates to our language support detection for when an end-user's browser language does not match the supported language configured in the message builder. When your Message is loaded for an end-user, Sourcepoint will check the end-user's browser language to see if it is supported (i.e. translations are provided by your organization).
If an end-user's browser language is supported, Sourcepoint will render the Message and IAB categories in the browser language.
If an end-user's browser language is not supported, Sourcepoint will render the Message and IAB categories in the default language configured in the Message builder.