NOTE: Sitefinity Digital Experience Cloud (DEC) was renamed to Sitefinity Insight as a part of the Sitefinity 13.0 release. However, Sitefinity CMS and its documentation prior to version 13.0 continue using the former name - Digital Experience Cloud.
To shift your marketing campaign efforts from assumption to knowledge, you can run A/B tests to experiment with variations of the original page to measure which variation performs better in terms of making visitors complete a desired goal. Page variations are displayed to visitors randomly at traffic distribution that you set for a specific time period. Next, you explore performance results and statistical analysis in DEC for the effect of the change, based on which you decide which variation is your winner that optimizes the page to a desired outcome. You can experiment with forms, layout, position of page elements, content elements, call to action, images, social sharing options, and many other components of your pages.
For more information, see Overview: A/B testing.
A new setting enables you to stop web tracking and collecting statistical data for each visitor who did not provide consent for using cookies. A sample dialog is displayed on the web site pages, allowing each visitor to either accept or decline tracking. The setting impacts all web tracking options provided by Sitefinity CMS, including Sitefinity DEC, Oracle Eloqua, Marketo and Google Analytics.
For more information, see Tracking consent.
.NET Compiler Platform (Roslyn compiler) is now used by default when using NuGet packages for integrating Sitefinity. In such scenarios, you can experience a 6-10 times faster page and templates compilation, resulting in an up to 5 times faster page load, depending on the performance of other page load components.
For more information, see SEO: Automatic generation of metadata for MVC widgets.
Expose the appropriate title, description and image for your content items when they are shared in Facebook. This can be achieved by adding Open Graph fields to your module, matching a naming convention. Sitefinity CMS will automatically take them into account and produce the appropriate meta information in the generated pages HTML.
For more information, see Open Graph settings
Ability to register and use OWIN Middleware components in your site. You could choose from thousands of components for different areas of application and integrate them in Sitefinity CMS. For example, components for:
Configure the out-of-the-box OpenID Connect provider and its parameters and enable authentication via OpenID protocol with third party Security Token Issuer (STS) that supports the protocol. In addition, implement custom external identity providers.
For more information, see:
You can preview the re-imagined user experience for content items creation and management by navigating to Administration and choosing Switch to the new interface. In this Beta version of the new interface, you will be able to enjoy:
For more information, see New content editing experience (BETA).
Only configured languages are available for association with web sites, unless you prefer explicitly to work with the full list.
Improved error logging in the authentication framework.
Improved error logging in SiteSync for faster and more efficient troubleshooting.
Performance optimization in the Ecommerce module related to applying custom discounts by adding/removing products from the cart.
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