Add the ability to setup an A/B test "branch" and view the test results within a workflow.
I would love to test this :)
@Deborah Menheere: Access granted! 🙂There's also an email with details on its way to your inbox.
Access no longer working :(
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epic. We've moved all our workflows to behavioural to enable us to clone (which we cant do with workflows) .. so probably not the best candidate to test right now!
I’m delighted to let you know that AB Testing in workflows is almost ready for full release.
However, before we roll it out to everyone, we are offering early access so we can get some of your thoughts and feedback into the final release.
If you are interested in giving AB testing in workflows a try, please leave a comment and we’ll add it to your account for you to try out.
@Rory Colsell: Yes, please!)
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Hi @Rory Colsell — any further updates on a release date?
@David Crowther: You should now have access. Check your inbox for details! 📧
@Rory Colsell: When can we expect a release on this ? :)
@ : We’re planning to release a Beta version of this in the next few weeks. If you'd like to be involved in the beta please let me know. I will also update this thread when its ready. :)
@Rory Colsell: yes, would be happy to be a part of it !
@Rory Colsell: I'd be happy to test it.
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The losing variations should be archived instead of being deleted. It's important to be able to look back and see what worked and also what didn't work when planning your next A/B test.
Also, the ability to copy/clone the losing tests can also be useful in speeding up the creation of the next test.