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February 2021 Release Highlights

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Our monthly release highlights include a brief summary of the top new features from the previous month.

This month’s update includes:

Accessibility NextGen

We officially launched Accessibility NextGen on February 10th. The new accessibility governance product is built to help customers achieve a higher level of accessibility conformance. One of the most significant changes is that we re-engineered the core engine to accurately and reliably test against the latest W3C ACT rules.

Read more in the article: Learn more about Accessibility NextGen

Switch to NextGen

If you are an Account Owner and have not yet switched to the new version of Accessibility, simply look for the “Switch to NextGen” button on the announcement bar in the accessibility module.

When accounts are switched to NextGen, the old Accessibility version will be removed from the menu item.

Switch to NextGen by clicking on Accessibility Overview and then Switch to NextGen

Bulk Configuration on Discover Parameters page

We are delighted to present the new option to bulk-track and bulk-ignore parameters on the Discover Parameters page in Analytics. This allows for an easier workflow when you manage your list of Analytics parameters.

Discover Parameters provide you with an overview of which parameters appear on your website. If unconfigured, parameters can result in multiple variations of the same page, which can skew your data.

Tab the “Learn” component in Analytics Setting > Tracking > Discover Parameters to learn more about parameters. 

Read more in the article: Parameters and their tracking options in analytics

Improved pre-publish checks in CMS Plugins

With more and more customers utilizing our CMS plugins, we continuously add new valuable improvements. The latest update includes an improved user interface and pre-publish checks for those using the Adobe Experience Manager and Drupal CMS plugins.

The free-of-charge CMS plugins enable you to check for issues at the content creation and editing stage within your content management system.

Use this guide to get started: How to set up the Siteimprove CMS plugin

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