Enhanced Split Editor It is now faster than ever to create a split with a simple on/off or percentage-based rule, and easier than ever to build very granular, sophisticated targeting rules. The Split editor now automatically color-codes each treatment of a feature, letting you easily track that treatment across other areas of the management console. The editor allows you to add only the whitelists you need, hides traffic allocation when equal to 100% and hides granular targeting rules when not in use. These enhancements let you quickly configure treatments and set a default rule. Or, add just the amount of complexity to the configuration you need. See Using the Split Editor in documentation.
Admin Unlock of Users Split Administrators can now directly unlock user accounts that have been locked due to an incorrect password being entered 5 times. This adds to the existing capability for an end-user to unlock an account by going through a self-service password reset flow. See Unlock a User in documentation.
Split now provides Go SDK Teams that build on top of Go now also have the power to safely launch features and target them to users with the new Split Go SDK. Use Split to control your rollouts and manage the customer experience, all while gathering new data and insight on how your products are being used.
Introducing the Split Intelligent Results Engine
The Split Intelligent Results Engine is a metrics-first statistical engine built for engineering teams that handles data ingestion from any source, calculates metrics based on that data and joins the data to features, automatically highlighting significant changes due to feature releases across the metrics that matter most. Available today in the initial release, is a new Results tab for a Split that graphically displays impression data (i.e. each time a visitor experienced a treatment, or variation of a feature), and provides statistics on that data. The new results engine also automatically resets metrics when a Split Definition is changed. The Results tab allows a user to select for what version of a Split they would like to view data.