Release Notes: December 21, 2022-January 04, 2023

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Sarah Malone
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Introducing the New and Improved Snippets

The team has been hard at work to help you create engaging emails at scale through Apollo. You can now create, edit, and clone snippets. Use Apollo snippets to piece the best parts of your highest-performing emails with ease while keeping your emails personal and relevant to each recipient.

Snippets page

To access the feature and manage your snippets, launch Apollo, click Engage, and then click Snippets.

Snippets in the navbar

Get Started with Snippets

To start creating, editing, and cloning snippets in your engagement workflow, refer to the Create and Edit Snippets article for more information.

To load or create snippets directly from your sequences, open an email template within a sequence and then click the Add Snippet icon.

Add snippet icon in a sequence

Take It Step by Step

Ready to start leveraging snippets within your Apollo sequences but want more info first? Jump into the Load or Create Snippets from a Sequence section of the snippets article for a more detailed overview of the steps to take.

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New Features and Product Updates

Keen to hear what our wise old developers have been working on this sprint? Here's a sneak peek at the latest updates:

Dynamic Variables

To avoid confusion with the shiny new snippets feature, we renamed the previous Apollo snippets to dynamic variables. But fear not! Functionality remains the same. You can still use basic, custom, and advanced dynamic variables in your email templates to leverage pieces of information from the Apollo database that help you to further personalize your email outreach.

Dynamic variables are right where we left them. Open an email template within a sequence or in your email inbox and then click the Dynamic variable icon to add them to your email copy.

Dynamic variables icon in email template

Time for a Refresher?

There are 3 types of dynamic variables in Apollo. Refer to the following articles for more information about each:

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Headcount Growth Filter

Our repertoire of fabulous filters just got that little bit more glamorous this January. To kick off the new year with a bang, we added a headcount growth filter to the People and Company search pages in Apollo. That's right, folks. You can now filter a search by the growth rate of your ideal companies. This means that you can find the specific companies—and even departments—that are undergoing a certain rate of employee growth within a set timeframe.

Headcount growth filter on search page

Growth Counts

If this feature sounds useful to you, dip into this section of the "Company Info Filters" article for more information about how to leverage the new headcount growth filter in a search.

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Bug Fixes

Developers by day, pest control by night. Here are the latest bugs we've squashed:

  • A fixed analytics feature reports for duty. We squished the bug that displayed inaccurate values when users exported a report. Now, you can export reports galore and all totals will match the same values as a report in-app—just as it should.
  • A rounding error messed with the numbers in some of our users' reports. We taught that algorithm a lesson in simple maths. Now, both accuracy and peace of mind have been restored in one fell swoop.
  • The dialer bar played hide-and-seek at the most inconvenient times. We gave it a good talking to. Now users can view the bar for the entirety of a call and hang up stress-free.

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New/Updated Documentation

We've been hard at work at our typewriters and stone tablets to bring you knowledge. Feast your eyes on these righteous revisions:

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From Our Blog

We have no blog updates for you this sprint. But fear not! We've got lots of new and exciting content in store for 2023. Check back next time for the latest and greatest marketing content underway.

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