Digesto just got even better! Here is an overview of the new features.
Marketo REST API is now supported. Note that SOAP protocol is still supported and there is currently no obligation for existing clients to migrate to REST. Moving forward, new Digesto clients will require REST.
REST API improves performance, increases security, and provides a baseline for more advanced features. For more information on SOAP and REST API please visit the Marketo SOAP vs REST API FAQ.
To upgrade your Digesto account to REST API, go to Setup and add your REST API credentials. Follow our video tutorial for more details on how to set up your Marketo REST API web service.
Embed Code for "<media:content>" Images
It is now possible to add images from "<media:content>" elements (see Winter 2015 Release Notes for details) without any coding. The new "Media Content Image (Embed Code)" tag element populates your template with a piece of code that will embed a sample/preview image.
Regain Control of Your Image Formatting
If you have manually added images using the “First Post Image” or “Enclosure” method described above, you may position or format it directly from the Advanced Layout. Once your image is inserted, you can use the WYSIWIG Editor or work directly with the HTML code by switching to code view.
You can also control the formatting of images that are parsed within your article’s content. We have added two settings to help with CSS Styling and Images attributes. Note that it is recommended to use both to ensure compatibility for the wide variety of email clients out there.
Image Style and Image Attributes:
Digesto now sits on an upgraded infrastructure, providing better performance, scalability, and reliability. Our new backend functionalities will also speed up our response time to customer support requests.
Increased server capacity
Upgraded monitoring, testing, and alert systems
New set of backend diagnostic tools to help us speed up support
Other Updates and Fixes
Updated Digest Template tag elements with user-friendly names
Fixed SSL security certificate management issue
Fixed email subject characters encoding bug