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Cumulative release notes

Features, release notes, and known issues for the Experience Cloud interface.
For a list of documentation updates, see Experience Cloud .
For release notes covering all solutions, see Experience Cloud Release Notes .

August - 2019

  • Fixed a critical issue in Experience Cloud login that led to session logout for some users. (MCUI-6908)
  • Updated Experience Cloud login to improve performance and reduce latency. (MCUI-6854, MCUI-6869, MCUI-6883)
  • Updated interface cosmetically. (MCUI-6861, MCUI-6911, MCUI-6862)
  • Fixed an issue with Experience Cloud Triggers that led to incorrect interpretation of Like clause in the Trigger definition. (MCUI-6611)

April - 2019

  • Updated the app switcher to include Marketo in Experience Cloud solution suite, and branding updates to Experience Platform. (MCUI-6529)
  • Updated Experience Cloud Home to include navigation links to the Feed and Administration pages. (MCUI-6682)
  • Fixed an issue in the Trigger definition for correct usage of “like” clause. (MCUI-6611)
  • Improvements to Customer Attributes for better logging in the Subscription service. (MCUI-6519)

Release 19.1.1 - January 17 2019

Note: In March 2019, The Experience Cloud interface will not support Internet Explorer 11.
  • Fixed an issue preventing the help search from returning results. (MCUI-1670)
  • Fixed and improved eVar management in Triggers. (MCUI-6400)

Release 16.5.1 - May 26 2016

Features and Improvements
Feature Description
Pre-configured product configurations in the Admin Console
Experience Cloud customer administrators can leverage product configurations that are pre-created and mapped to default permission groups for Analytics and Dynamic Tag Management.
This optimization is available for newly provisioned organizations, and it reduces the amount of time required by organizations to manage users in the Admin Console.
Feed improvement
When creating a new post in the Experience Cloud Feed, the To line now uses the currently active topic instead using the organization by default.
Fixes
  • Fixed an issue preventing thumbnails from showing for assets shared from Assets on Demand to the Experience Cloud Feed. (MAC-29955)

Release 16.2 February 18 2016

Feature Description
Experience Cloud Assets improvements
In Experience Cloud Assets, you can store, share, and synchronize your digital assets from one central location. Experience Cloud Assets leverages some of the features available in Adobe Experience Manager (AEM).
Account linking improvements
Improved the interface workflow for linking solution accounts with the Experience Cloud (Adobe ID). This new workflow locates all the user's accounts associated with an organization, and lets you choose which account to link. We also streamlined the account linking experience, so that you no longer need to access the Manage Organizations page to manually link accounts.
Fixes
  • Fixed an issue preventing linking and SSO for Analytics. This issue displayed the "Notice: The error message: ERROR IMS SSO Failed: Unable to find linked company."
Known Issue
If you access Dynamic Tag Management via the Experience Cloud > Activation interface, but your Dynamic Tag Management account is not linked to the Experience Cloud (Adobe ID), you will not be able to log in to Dynamic Tag Management. To avoid this issue, navigate directly to dtm.adobe.com in a new browser tab.

Release 16.1 - January 21 2016

Feature Description
Audience Library messages
We improved Audience Library to include helpful messages when building audiences or when a time-out occurs.
For example, when adding more than five rules, a message displays indicating you exceeded maximum allowable rules. (MAC-27376, MAC-27375)
Microsoft is ending support for Internet Explorer 8, 9, and 10. As such, we will not fix issues reported against these specific versions of Internet Explorer.

Release 15.10 - October 14 2015

Known Issues
  • Customers are not able to log into Report Builder if they SSO into Analytics via the Experience Cloud. This issue does not impact customers using legacy Analytics credentials.
  • Known issue with the "Link to Report" function in Analytics. Customers logging into Analytics via the Experience Cloud are directed to a non-SSO login page for Analytics when trying to share a report.

Release 15.9 - September 10 2015

  • Fixed an Audience Manager API performance issue causing intermittent timeouts when uploading customer attributes data. (MAC-26305)
  • Fixed an issue that prevented users from adding up to 200 customer attributes to a subscription. (MAC-26188)
  • Fixed an Audience Library issue that prevented audience sharing from Analytics segmentation. This issue caused "Collecting Data" (0 audiences) to display. To prevent this issue, Adobe recommends keeping the segment sizes under 50k audience members per segment. (MAC-25788)
  • Fixed a previous known issue on the Customer attributes - Edit Schema page that was causing a Content Aware error that was issued when changing a display name. (MAC-25589, AN-103834)

Release 15.7 - July 22 2015

  • Fixed an issue that prevented attribute descriptions specified on the View/Edit Schema page (in customer attributes) from being updated in Analytics reports. (MAC-25985)
  • Fixed an issue preventing the thumbnails from rendering for uploaded assets. (MAC-25863)
  • Fixed an issue that prevented new segments created in reports & analytics from being available in Experience Cloud Audiences. (MAC-25817)
  • Fixed an issue that prevented audience sharing from Analytics, when using the visitor ID service. (MAC-25788, MAC-25747)
  • Added support for multibyte characters in customer attributes. (MAC-25552)
Known Issue
A known issue is causing duplicate auto-generated accounts to be created in Audience Manager, and automatically linking them to a user's Experience Cloud identity. This issue occurs if you attempt to navigate to Audience Manager before linking your accounts. Adobe recommends that you link your Audience Manager accounts to the Experience Cloud before navigating to Audience Manager. (MAC-25640)

Release 15.6.1 - June 11 2015

No information available

Release 15.5.1 - May 13 2015

Feature Description
The left navigation menus have been updated and arranged to provide access to all the core services and solutions. Notable changes include:
  • The Audience Library and Customer Attributes menu selections are now located under Audiences .
  • The Exchange menu selection was moved from the Help drop-down menu to the left navigation rail.
  • Solutions has been removed. You can launch all solutions from the bottom half of the navigation rail.
  • Fixed an issue preventing customer attributes from syncing for some customers.
  • Fixed an issue preventing Adobe Target Product Documentation page from displaying in Japanese.
  • Fixed an issue preventing the use of Japanese text in comments between the Creative Cloud and the Experience Cloud.

Release 15.4.1 - April 8 2015

Feature Description
Administration improvements:
  • Admin Console
  • Enterprise and federated ID support
User and group management functionality has been moved to the Admin Console. The new navigation path is:
Experience Cloud > Administration > Launch Admin Console
Also, support for enterprise and federated IDs has been added. You can use enterprise IDs, federated IDs, and Adobe IDs in the same enterprise deployment. For example, use Adobe IDs for users who may use other Adobe product and services. Use enterprise or federated IDs for users where you want to strictly manage their accounts.
Fixes
  • Fixed an issue preventing single sign-on between the Experience Cloud and Media Optimizer.
Known Issues
  • Linking and unlinking your dynamic tag management organization with the Experience Cloud is not working for newly created Experience Cloud organizations. We are working to fix this and restore normal functionality with the May release. If you experience problems when trying to single-sign on into dynamic tag management via the Experience Cloud, use the legacy login at dtm.adobe.com.
  • A known issue is preventing audience sharing from report suites which are not owned by the linked Analytics account. Remedial efforts are underway

Release 15.3.2 - March 19 2015

Feature Description
Customer Attributes
If you capture enterprise customer data in a customer relationship management (CRM) database, you can upload the data into a customer attribute data source in the Experience Cloud. After the data is uploaded, you can run Visitor Profile > Customer Attributes reports in Analytics.
You can also use the uploaded data as an audience segment in Adobe Target .
See Customer Attributes product documentation.
For information about modernizing your solutions for core services, see Enable your solutions for core services .

Release 15.3.1 - March 4 2015

Feature Description
Group Mapping
The Group Management page has been redesigned as an administrative interface that lets you create groups, add users to groups, and apply permissions across Experience Cloud solutions.
One-to-many mapping
When linking solution accounts in the Experience Cloud, if you have multiple solutions and organizations, you can now map multiple products and services to a single organization.
Activation
Activation now displays in the left navigation in the Experience Cloud . Activation is a Experience Cloud core service currently comprised of the dynamic tag management technology, and directs you there when clicked.
Documentation Updates - Core Services
Added the topic Enable your solutions for core services to assist you with implementing core services.

Release 15.2.1 - February 19 2015

Fixes:
  • Improved the user email invitation workflow for account provisioning.
  • Fixed an asset folder issue preventing Experience Cloud and Adobe Campaign assets from displaying identical folder hierarchies.
  • Fixed an issue preventing the deletion of audiences that were part of deactivated Target activities.
  • Fixed an issue preventing the Add (plus) icon from displaying under Rules on the Create New Audience page.
  • Improved Experience Cloud interface support for Internet Explorer 9.

Release 15.1.1 - January 15 2015

New features and fixes in the Adobe Experience Cloud collaboration and sharing interface.
Feature Description
Read-only access.
Administrators can now grant non-administrative users read-only access.
Fixes
  • Fixed an issue in which PNG files could not be rendered on a card.
  • Fixed an issue with uploading files to Experience Cloud Assets via drag and drop.
Known Issues
  • Users are not able to share PowerPoint files on boards.
  • Group and entitlement changes made in User Management take effect only after a new login.
  • Some users might have issues uploading large file-types to Experience Cloud Assets.
  • Users might be missing links on their Experience Cloud cards from Media Optimizer.
  • Some administrative users might experience issues linking their accounts after accepting an invitation to join the Experience Cloud.
  • Experience Cloud interface can reduce in performance when in parallel use by multiple users.
  • Some users are able to delete an out-of-date asset instead of receiving an error notification.
  • Some users might experience issues when logging into two browsers with the same Adobe ID simultaneously.
  • Some users might be unable to re-add a Creative Cloud user to a shared folder after the Creative Cloud user has been deleted.
  • Some users might experience a delay in the notification that occurs when a folder is shared from the Experience Cloud to Creative Cloud.
  • Some users might experience an issue sharing a folder between the Experience Cloud and Creative Cloud.
  • Some users may have trouble creating an audience within an Analytics report suite after shared audiences have been enabled.
  • Some users may have trouble uploading assets to a board.

Release 14.11.1 - November 13 2014

Known issues:
  • Some users are able to delete an out-of-date asset instead of receiving an error notification.
  • Some .png files cannot be rendered on a card.
  • Some users may have trouble uploading assets to a board.
  • Group and entitlement changes made in user management only take effect after a new login.
  • Admins must log out and back in to see changes made in Account Settings.
  • User are not able to share PowerPoint files on boards.
  • Experience Cloud interface can reduce in performance when in parallel use by many users.
  • Adobe Experience Manager to Creative Cloud synchronization is not working.

Release 14.10.1 - October 16 2014

New features and fixes in the Adobe Experience Cloud collaboration and sharing interface.
Feature Description
Edit User Permissions
Owners of a board can now edit user permissions on the particular board.
  1. On the board, click Settings .
  2. Next to each owner, specify Owner , Viewer , or Editor .
Fixes
  • Creating a card from a PDF and sharing it to the board was returning an error message.
Known Issues
  • Some users may have trouble uploading assets to a board.
  • Some .png files cannot be rendered on a card.
  • Group and entitlement changes made in user management only take effect after a new login.
  • Some users may not be able to create a card from a PDF and share it to a board.
  • Some users are able to delete an out-of-date asset instead of receiving an error notification.
  • User are not able to share PowerPoint files on boards.
  • Experience Cloud interface can reduce in performance when in parallel use by many users.
  • The Search&Promote linking is not available from the Organizations & Product Access page.

Release 14.9.1 - September 18 2014

Fixes and Improvements
  • When you navigate to marketing.adobe.com, the login experience is now consistent with Adobe's Creative Cloud login.
  • On the Manage Organizations page, the linking experience (after an invite is received) is now consistent for each solution.
Known Issues
  • Group and entitlement changes made in user management only take effect after a new login.
  • Some users may not be able to create a card from a PDF and share it to a board.
  • Some users may have trouble uploading assets to a board.
  • Some users are able to delete an out-of-date asset instead of receiving an error notification.
  • User are not able to share PowerPoint files on boards.
  • Some .png files cannot be rendered on a card.
  • Experience Cloud interface can reduce in performance when in parallel use by many users.
  • The Search&Promote linking is not available from the Organizations & Product Access page.
  • Some users may experience their Creative Cloud contents being removed from their folder, if the content is unshared in the Experience Cloud.

Release 14.8.1 - August 21 2014

New features and fixes in the Adobe Experience Cloud collaboration and sharing interface.
Feature Description
You can now access Adobe Mobile Services from the left-hand navigation.
Known Issues
  • Group and entitlement changes made in user management only take effect after a new login.
  • Some users may not be able to create a card from a PDF and share it to a board.
  • Some users may have trouble uploading assets to a board.
  • Some users may not be able to log in from Target to Experience Cloud.
  • Some Audience Manager users cannot log into the Experience Cloud.
  • Some users are able to delete an out-of-date asset instead of receiving an error notification.
  • Files deleted from Experience Cloud are not being deleted from Digital Asset Management.
  • User are not able to share PowerPoint files on boards.
  • Some .png files cannot be rendered on a card.
  • Experience Cloud interface can reduce in performance when in parallel use by many users.
  • The Search&Promote linking is not available from the Organizations & Product Access page.
  • Some users may experience their Creative Cloud contents being removed from their folder, if the content is unshared in the Experience Cloud.

Release 14.7.1 - July 24 2014

New features and fixes in the Adobe Experience Cloud collaboration and sharing interface.
Known Issues
  • Files deleted from Experience Cloud are not being deleted from Digital Asset Management.
  • Some Exchange users may find their names in the comments to be a long string ID instead of their names
  • Some .png files cannot be rendered on a card
  • Uploading files allows more file types than the drag-and-drop method. For best results, upload using Assets.
  • The Search&Promote linking is not available from the Organizations & Product Access page.
  • Exchange users must clear their cookies to improve their experience.
  • Experience Cloud interface can slow down when in parallel use by many users.
  • Some users may experience their Creative Cloud contents being removed from their folder if the content is unshared in the Experience Cloud.
  • You will be logged out after 15 minutes of inactivity. Also, logging out in one location will log you out of the Experience Cloud.
  • Some users may not be able to link their Audience Manager accounts to Experience Cloud.
  • Exchange users can only see English in language selector.
Fixes
None to report.

Release 14.6.1 - June 19 2014

New features and fixes in the Adobe Experience Cloud collaboration and sharing interface.
Improvement
Feature Description
Save button in Audiences
When you create an audience, the Save button on the Create New Audience page is now disabled until all the required fields are completed.
Known Issues
  • Files deleted from Experience Cloud are not being deleted from Digital Asset Management.
  • Uploading files allows more file types than the drag-and-drop method. For best results, upload using Assets.
  • The Search&Promote linking is not available from the Organizations & Product Access page.
  • Filters applied to trended reports from Analytics are not applied to cards in the Experience Cloud.
  • Some users are not able to link their audience management account with their Experience Cloud account.
  • You will be logged out after 15 minutes of inactivity. Also, logging out in one location will log you out of the Experience Cloud.
  • Some Exchange users may find their names in the comments to be a long string ID instead of their names
Fixes
  • Fixed an issue preventing video upload to apps.

Release 14.5.1 - May 22 2014

Feature Description
Experience Cloud Exchange
Experience Cloud > Help > Exchange
The Experience Cloud Exchange is a single destination where you can search, browse, select, pay, and download digital marketing extensions via apps.
Apps include data connectors, custom configurations to Adobe's core product, 3rd party applications, reports, and Experience Cloud cards.
Experience Cloud Audiences
Experience Cloud > Audiences
Audiences is where you create, edit, and manage audiences, similar to how you work with segments. For example, you can create a segment in reports and analytics, then share it to Experience Cloud Audiences . Once shared, the audience is available in Adobe Target for campaign activities, and in Adobe Audience Manager for segmentation.
Note: To request enablement in Target, visit https://www.adobe.com/go/audiences .
Users who are mentioned on Experience Cloud cards now have permissions to that card.
New Adobe users can link their Scene7 accounts to Adobe ID as well as their team members. Administrators can unlink users from Scene7 accounts as well.
Asset synchronization.
You can share assets within Adobe Experience Manager (AEM) Assets with Adobe Experience Cloud and Adobe Creative Cloud such that any changes to these assets are reflected in the shared copies of the assets in Adobe Experience Cloud and Adobe Creative Cloud.
Fixes
  • Experience Cloud was not linking to Adobe Target. This issue occurred if the Adobe Target login can be used on multiple Target servers.
  • Adobe Media Optimizer was not creating users automatically when the user has been created in Experience Cloud.
  • Options in combo boxes used for adding new users temporarily disappeared while typing.
  • The Comments link on asset card view was not clickable.
  • After adding a custom tag to an asset, no other metadata changes were not persisting.
  • Deleting an image, Assets does not warn if the image is used in Adobe Target Essentials.
  • Slow Experience Cloud interface performance when in parallel use by many users.
  • Deleting an image in Experience Cloud Assets was not issuing a warning if the image was used in Adobe Target Essentials.
  • When remember me was not selected during login, the user was logged out after 15 minutes.
  • Users were having to log out and back in for all permission and entitlement changes to take effect.
  • Logging in to the Experience Cloud was taking longer than a second.
  • For certain users, deleting files from the Experience Cloud did not synchronizing with Digital Asset Management.
  • Users were being logged out after only 15 minutes of browser inactivity.
  • User were not able to share PowerPoint files on boards.
  • Some users were experiencing poor visual layout in Internet Explorer 10 than other browsers.

Release 14.4.1 - April 22 2014

Feature Description
Create cards from help topics
After you enable the Share to Adobe Experience Cloud feature in your browser's Bookmark toolbar, you can now share help pages from the microsite URL.
To share a help topic
  1. In the Experience Cloud , click Administration .
  2. Drag the Share to Adobe Experience Cloud button to your Bookmark toolbar.
  3. Navigate to a help page (or remain on this one), then click Share to Adobe Experience Cloud in your browser's Bookmarks toolbar.
    This step creates a card, which you can view in the Experience Cloud .
Fixes
  • After adding a custom tag to an asset, no other metadata changes can be persisted.
  • Users have to refresh the board to make the deleted cards disappear from view.
  • When Remember me is not selected during login, the user is logged out after 15 minutes
  • Analytics solution landing page shows formatting errors.
  • Users must log out and log back in for all permission and entitlement changes to take effect.
  • Deleting an image, Assets does not warn if the image is used in Adobe Target Essentials.
  • Comments link on asset card view is not clickable.
  • Options in combo boxes for adding new users temporarily disappear while typing.
  • Logging in to the Experience Cloud takes longer than a second.
  • Data shared from Media Optimizer is misrepresented in the Experience Cloud.
  • Adobe Media Optimizer does not create users automatically when user has been created in the Experience Cloud.
  • The Experience Cloud cannot be linked to Adobe Target, if the Adobe Target login can be used on multiple Target servers.
  • Experience Cloud interface can slow down when in parallel use by many users.
  • Search&Promote linking is not available from the Organizations & Product Access page.
  • Adobe Media Optimizer simulation cards are not rendering correctly.
  • Filters applied to trended reports from Analytics are not applied to cards in Experience Cloud.
  • Filters applied to trended reports from Analytics are not applied to cards in Experience Cloud.
  • Some Excel or CSV files cannot be uploaded to a board.
  • Some users may not be able to link their audience management account with their Experience Cloud.
  • Some users may experience error when sharing Analytics segments in the Experience Cloud.
  • Some users may not be able to drill down to subfolders in Asset Selector.
  • Some users are not able to share AdLens gadgets in the Experience Cloud.

Release 14.3.1 - March 13 2014

Version 14.3.1 is a maintenance release that focuses on speed, stability and security. It does not include major new features.
Fixes
  • Added the ability to remove your avatar image.
  • Fixed an issue preventing you from unlinking your Adobe Media Optimizer accounts.
Known Issues
  • Deleting an image in Experience Cloud Assets does not warn if the image is used in Adobe Target Essentials.
  • Refreshing a card from Analytics can sometimes lead to an empty chart in the expanded card.
  • Users must log out and log back in for all permission and entitlement changes to take effect.
  • When Remember me is not selected during login, the user will be logged out after 15 minutes.
  • Analytics solution landing page shows formatting errors.
  • The Comments link on asset card view is not clickable.
  • Experience Cloud interface can slow down when in parallel use by many users
  • Experience Cloud cannot be linked to Adobe Target, if the Adobe Target login can be used on multiple Target servers.
  • Logging in to Experience Cloud takes longer than a second.
  • After adding a custom tag to an asset, no other metadata changes can be persisted.
  • Adobe Media Optimizer does not create users automatically when user has been created in Experience Cloud.
  • Options in combo boxes for adding new users temporarily disappear while typing.
  • Data shared from Media Optimizer is mis-represented in Experience Cloud.
  • Sharing Flickr images fails.
  • Filters applied to trended reports from Analytics are not applied to cards in Experience Cloud.
  • Group and entitlement changes made in user management only take effect after a new login.
  • Search&Promote linking is not available from Organizations & Product Access.
  • User have to refresh the board to make the deleted cards disappear from view.
  • Some Excel or CSV files cannot be uploaded to a board.
  • Adobe Media Optimizer simulation cards are not rendering correctly.
  • Some PNG files cannot be rendered on a card.
  • Beta feedback cannot be submitted.

Release 14.2.1 - February 24 2014

Feature Description
OEmbed
Refresh Data
The Refresh Data icon for a graph on a card is now hidden if the solution does not allow a data refresh.
Fixes
  • Fixed an issue that prevented shared Analytics reports from applying segment filters.
  • Fixed an issue causing solutions to display on the Experience Cloud Solutions page as linked, even if the solutions accounts were not linked.
  • Fixed an issue that prevented Adobe Target customers in Asia from being able to click the Continue to Experience Cloud button on the linking page.
  • Fixed an issue that prevented the sharing of YouTube videos.