The Ceros video upload limit has been increased from 500mb to 1.5gb to support larger video file sizes for our Getty Video integration and all video files.
Our Marketo integration previously relied on an older version of the Ceros Software Development Kit (SDK) to track page views on Ceros experiences in Marketo. However, if there was a version mismatch between multiple custom coded objects living in a Ceros experience (ex: a Marketo form and a custom quiz) and the experience didn't load the version that Marketo expected, the page view tracking wouldn't work and/or quiz functions would fail to trigger.
With this update, we have pulled the Marketo integration into the Ceros code base so that it is no longer reliant on the Ceros SDK and is therefore more stable for Ceros users. There is no noticeable difference from a user standpoint; the Marketo integration will be deployed exactly the same.
The Layer Panel received a facelift with some small visual tweaks to colors and styles. You may notice that:
We resolved a bug in the Analytics that affected the date field in "Since First Publish" when a user toggled between experiences.
Previously, if a user viewed the analytics for an experience with the "Since First Publish" date filter selected, then switched to view an experience that had an earlier First Publish time, the "From Date" in the ES query didn't change. The field would only update the "From Date" in the query if the first publish date on the second experience was later than the first publish date of the experience initially viewed.
With the resolution of this bug, the expected behavior for the "From Date" field is to update to the correct First Published date of the experience being viewed.
The Ceros product now operates using an upgraded version of jQuery, which makes the platform more modern and less vulnerable to possible XSS attackers.