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Adobe Experience Cloud Release Notes - June 2020

This page describes new features, fixes, and important notices in Adobe Experience Cloud. It also highlights new documentation, training courses, and video tutorials to help you get the most out of Experience Cloud.
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Release date: June 18, 2020
Product release dates may vary. Check back frequently for updates.
Latest update: June 18, 2020
Need help? Visit Adobe Experience League to find product and technical documentation, Adobe-curated courses, video tutorials, quick answers, community insight, and instructor-led training.

Adobe System Status

Adobe System Status provides detailed information, status updates, and email notifications about Adobe cloud products and services outage, disruption, and maintenance events. Check it out at status.adobe.com .
Released: May 21, 2020
What's new
  • Using your Adobe ID, you can subscribe to event notifications with more granularity, down to the product offering and add-on level. To help you setup your subscription faster, the self-subscription process now recommends a selection of products and offerings based on your product entitlements. This should reduce the number of emails you receive, and deliver more relevant notifications in your inbox. Get started at status.adobe.com/subscriptions .
New features and enhancements available today
Feature
Description
Improved subscription and notification user experience
  • Marketo Engage regional locations are now filtered based on the list of product offerings selected.
  • Marketo Engage email notifications are relevant to the user's region, location, and environment preferences.
Event subscription confirmation
  • You can now get an email confirmation when subscribing to on-going single event updates.
Global navigation usability enhancements
  • Consistent user experience with Adobe.com at the top level navigation menu.

Experience Cloud interface

General updates to Experience Cloud interface.
Unified product domain
Adobe has been updating the domain and interface header to unify and improve your experience across all Experience Cloud applications. These enhancements are designed to simplify your experience in small but important ways. These enhancements do not change your current workflows.
Updates include:
  • New application URLs: experience.adobe.com/<application name> :
    • All products will eventually adopt this URL pattern. Look for new URLs to become effective throughout the month.
    • Browser support: Supported browsers include Microsoft Edge, Google Chrome, Firefox, Safari, and Opera (latest versions). Note: Although Experience Cloud interface supports these browsers, individual applications might not support every browser. (For example, Analytics does not support Opera, and Target does not support Safari.)
    • (Safari only) The domain change may cause cookie issues in Safari. Deselecting Prevent cross-site tracking in the Safari Privacy Preferences enables cookies across domains (and all cross-site experiences), and allows Experience Cloud to function on this new domain.
  • Easier switching between your organizations or to a different application.
  • Improved product help: Experience League is integrated into the product so that a help search also includes results from community forums and video content. This change simplifies access to more content and helps you get the most out of Experience Cloud. Additionally, click Help > Feedback to report issues or share your ideas with Adobe.
The following apps use the new experience.adobe.com domain:
App or Service
Domain
Experience Cloud home page
experience.adobe.com/home
Adobe Target
experience.adobe.com/target
Adobe Audience Manager
experience.adobe.com/audience-manager
Adobe Launch
experience.adobe.com/launch
Adobe Experience Platform
experience.adobe.com/platform
Journey Management
experience.adobe.com/journeys
Adobe Analytics
experience.adobe.com/analytics
Customer Journey Analytics
experience.adobe.com/platform/analytics
Adobe Campaign Control Panel
experience.adobe.com/controlpanel
Cloud Manager
experience.adobe.com/cloud-manager
Places Service
experience.adobe.com/places
Software Distribution
experience.adobe.com/downloads
Admin Tool (beta)
experience.adobe.com/admin
Board & Collections , a legacy filter in Marketing Cloud Assets selector, is being decommissioned.

Adobe Experience Platform

Release notes for the Experience Platform and application services, including Experience Platform Launch, Offers, People, Places, Mobile Services, and security bulletins.
Release date: June 10, 2020
Adobe Experience Platform includes the following new features:
  • Data Science Workspace: The JupyterLab Launcher now includes a Python notebook starter for Real-time Machine Learning (Alpha).
  • Segmentation: An Anniversary date field for date functions has been added, allowing users to evaluate dates without the year.
  • Sources: New source connectors for Apache HDFS and Couchbase.
For more information about these features, see Experience Platform release notes .

Additional Experience Platform release information

New Experience Platform courses and tutorials

Content
Content Type
Description
Course
Learn how Adobe Experience Platform helps you deliver the right experience by transforming your data into robust real-time customer profiles and AI-driven insights that you can activate in every channel. This introductory-level course gives you an overview of Experience Platform's capabilities, use cases, relationship with Adobe Experience Cloud, basic architecture, interface, and project roles.
Video tutorial
An overview of Adobe Experience Platform SDK and Edge Network. Experience Platform Web SDK is a client-side JavaScript library that allows customers to use one JavaScript library, one beacon type, one data stream, one and server-side destination to send data to all Adobe applications and to third-party destinations.
Video tutorial
Watch the Adobe Experience Platform Web SDK and Edge Network in action, with a single call to Adobe sending data to Experience Platform, Analytics, Audience Manager and Target.
Video tutorial
Learn how Real-time CDP is used to collect data from multiple sources. You can merge that data into a single real-time customer profile, and activate that data to create personalized customer experiences.

Journey Orchestration

Using Adobe Experience Platform, orchestrate individual customer journeys at scale across experience channels by intelligently anticipating every individual’s needs in real time, wherever their journey takes them.

Latest release

For the latest release updates, see Journey Orchestration release notes

New Journey Orchestration courses and tutorials

Content
Content Type
Description
Course
Learn how to configure and use Journey Orchestration. This course covers the key concepts, and the configuration steps required to enable the orchestration of a journey. Learn how to create, publish, and how to report and analyze your orchestrated journeys.
Course
Learn how to configure and use Journey Orchestration. This course covers the key concepts. You will learn how to create, publish, report on and analyze your orchestrated Journeys.

Additional resources for Journey Orchestration

Adobe Analytics

Release date: June 18, 2020

New features in Adobe Analytics

Feature
General Availability - Target Date
Description
Attribution IQ: Algorithmic Attribution
June 18, 2020
The Algorithmic Attribution model in Analysis Workspace uses statistical techniques to dynamically determine the optimal allocation of credit for the selected metric. Available to Adobe Analytics Ultimate customers. Learn more...
Attribution IQ: Custom lookback windows
June 18, 2020
You can now configure any attribution model in Attribution IQ to include touchpoints from up to 90 days before the reporting time period. This will typically increase the attribution accuracy for events that happen early in the reporting period by accounting for interactions that occurred in the prior month(s). Available to Adobe Analytics Foundation, Select, Prime, Premium, Premium Attribution, Premium Complete, and Ultimate customers. Learn more...
Project roles for shared Workspace projects
June 18, 2020
When sharing a Workspace project, you can now place recipients in one of three project roles, depending on the project experience you want them to have: Edit, Duplicate and View. Learn more...
View-only Workspace projects
June 18, 2020
Workspace projects can be shared to users as “Can view” only. When a View recipient opens the shared project, they receive a more restrictive project experience, with no left rail and limited interactions. Learn more...
Ability to co-edit Workspace projects
June 18, 2020
Recipients added to the “Can edit” role can save over a project that has been shared to them. This extends to both admins and non-admins. Learn more...
Updated Blank panel in Workspace
June 18, 2020
The blank panel in Workspace now includes panels and visualizations, giving you a more seamless way to pick the analysis workflow that works best for you.
First-party domains available in China RDC
June 18, 2020
Enables customers with a .cn domain to request a 1st-party domain for use inside of Mainland China. (Documentation available with the purchase of "China Performance Optimization" SKU.)
Quick Insights panel in Workspace
June 25, 2020
Quick Insights provides guidance for non-analysts and new users of Analysis Workspace to learn how to answer business questions quickly and easily. Learn more...
Analytics for Target panel in Workspace
June 25, 2020
The Analytics for Target (A4T) panel lets you analyze your Adobe Target activities and experiences, with lift and confidence, in Analysis Workspace. Learn more...
About Workspace page
June 18,2020
The About Workspace page provides information about your Analysis Workspace environment, about your Adobe Analytics administrators (if you need support), and a way to provide in-product feedback. It can be found under Workspace > Help > About Workspace .

New features in Customer Journey Analytics

Feature
General Availability - Target Date
Description
Support for Object arrays
June 18, 2020
CJA customers can now report on dimensions and metrics that appear in Object arrays within their Adobe Experience Platform dataset schemas. Learn more...
Attribution IQ: Algorithmic Attribution
June 18, 2020
The Algorithmic Attribution model in Analysis Workspace uses statistical techniques to dynamically determine the optimal allocation of credit for the selected metric. Available to Adobe Analytics Ultimate customers. Learn more...
Attribution IQ: Custom lookback windows
June 18, 2020
You can now configure any attribution model in Attribution IQ to include touch-points from up to 90 days before the reporting time period. This will typically increase the attribution accuracy for events that happen early in the reporting period by accounting for interactions that occurred in the prior month(s). Learn more...
Project roles for shared Workspace projects
June 18, 2020
When sharing a Workspace project, you can now place recipients in one of three project roles, depending on the project experience you want them to have: Edit, Duplicate and View. Learn more...
View-only Workspace projects
June 18, 2020
Workspace projects can be shared to users as Can View only. When a View recipient opens the shared project, they receive a more restrictive project experience with no left rail and limited interactions. Learn more...
Ability to co-edit Workspace projects
June 18, 2020
Recipients added to the Can Edit role can save over a project that has been shared to them. Learn more...
Quick Insights panel in Workspace
June 25, 2020
Quick Insights provides guidance for non-analysts and new users of Analysis Workspace to learn how to answer business questions quickly and easily. Learn more...
About Workspace page
June 18,2020
The About Workspace page provides information about your Analysis Workspace environment, about your Adobe Analytics administrators (if you need support), and a way to provide in-product feedback. It can be found under Workspace > Help > About Workspace .

New features in Media Analytics

Date updated: June 18, 2020
Feature
General Availability - Target Date
Description
June 18, 2020
The Media Launch Extension w/ AEP SDK now supports the following OTT devices:
  • Apple TV (tvOS)
  • Fire TV (Fire OS)
  • Android TV
May 29, 2020
Media Analytics customers can capture viewer interaction during playback using a standard set of solution variables for full screen, closed captioning, mute, picture-in-picture, and in-focus. You also have the flexibility to create custom player states. Player State Tracking variables are now available for reporting in Analysis Workspace. This feature requires one of the following:
  • Media JavaScript SDK 3.0 or higher
  • For use with the Adobe Experience Platform (AEP) SDK:
  • Media Analytics Extension (for web): Adobe Media Analytics (3.x SDK) for Audio and Video v1.0 or higher
  • Media Analytics Extension (for mobile): Adobe Media Analytics for Audio and Video v2.0 or higher
  • Media Collection

Fixes in Adobe Analytics

  • Fixed an issue that caused segments with multi-byte searches for certain report suites to match nothing. They will now match the correct strings. (AN-220043)
  • Fixed an issue with the Item Filter in Reports & Analytics not working. (AN-206132)
  • Fixed slow response time in Scheduled Projects interface. (AN-214837)
  • Fixed an issue with the Analytics Reporting API 2.0 throwing a date range error. (AN-215087)
  • Fixed a case in which the instance/visit/visitor wasn't being counted in the denominator for the Time Spent metrics. This would happen when a hit with no value for the dimension (e.g. Pagename) followed in the same second. (AN-211074)
  • Fixed an issue with users unable to access Workspace projects shared with them. (AN-217561)
  • Fixed issue with keys not being classified by Classification Rule Builder. (AN-221538)
  • Fixed an issue with the Server Call Usage not reporting any usage data. (AN-210452)
  • Fixed issues with published Adobe Analytics segments missing data in Audience Manager. (AN-220208, AN-220659)
  • Fixed an issue with reports showing data but Data Feeds logs saying "No Data Warehouse data". (AN-220784, AN-220858)
  • Fixed issues that prevented the launch of Ad Hoc Analysis from the experiencecloud.com domain. (AN-219680, AN-221629)
  • Fixed issues with using the "Ctrl (or Command) + C" hotkey. (AN-221101, AN-221537)
  • Fixed an issue with the Activity Map enablement page. (AN-222029, AN-221242)
  • Fixed an issue with not being able to add a touch-point in the middle of a Fallout visualization. (AN-221648)

Additional Adobe Analytics fixes

AN-218269; AN-218455; AN-218492; AN-219888; AN-220447; AN-220546; AN-220788; AN-220866; AN-221165; AN-221545; AN-221712; AN-221832; AN-221853; AN-222000; AN-222505; AN-222559

Important notices for Analytics administrators

Notice
Date Added or Updated
Description
Migration to unified product domain
Effective date: May 28, 2020
The migration to a unified product domain for Adobe Analytics, which began in January 2020, completed on May 28, 2020. While Adobe Analytics works to remove all omniture.com domain references from its architecture, it is important to allowlist omniture.com as a third-party cookie. When the full architecture migration is (soon) completed, we will notify you via the release notes and this allowlist step will no longer be needed. Here is a full list of recommended IP addresses and domains that you should allowlist.
If your organization blocks third-party cookies, please reach out to Customer Care to regain your access to Adobe Analytics.
New Adobe Analytics default landing page
Effective Date: June 18, 2020
On June 18, 2020, the default landing page for Adobe Analytics will change from Reports to Workspace. This change will occur for any users who have not previously set a custom landing page.
Third-party technology allowlist
March 12, 2020 (effective date)
Adobe Analytics has begun leveraging third-party technologies for feature rollout management and in-product support. The following URLs should be added to any necessary network firewall allowlists to ensure full feature access:
  • Gainsight: https://esp.aptrinsic.com
  • LaunchDarkly: https://app.launchdarkly.com
Improved redundancy for Analysis Workspace availability
May 21, 2020
In order to ensure availability of Analysis Workspace, we are adding a secondary CDN (Content Delivery Network) for improved redundancy. The following URLs should be added to any necessary network firewall allowlists:
  • https://aaui-879784980514.s3.us-east-2.amazonaws
  • https://d30ln29764hddd.cloudfront.net
  • https://awaascicdprodva7.blob.core.windows.net
  • https://aauicdnva7.azureedge.net
Change to how Entries/Exits are calculated in Workspace
April 7, 2020
In Analysis Workspace, as of March 2020, we have changed how the None value interacts with Entries/Exits. Because you can now turn Nones on and off in Analysis Workspace, we apply the None value after the entry or exit, whereas (for eVars) it used to be applied before entry or exit. For example, assume that the first hit of a visit has no value for eVars, but the second hit does. In Reports & Analytics the first hit will show as Unspecified for the Entry, but in Analysis Workspace it will show up as the value on the second hit.
EOL of Dashboard Archive
March 27, 2020
The View Archive setting under Manage Dashboards in Reports & Analytics will no longer be available as of October, 2020.
End of Life - Analytics Legacy APIs
January 9, 2020
In November 2020, the following Analytics Legacy API services will reach their end-of-life and will be shutdown. Current integrations built using these services will stop working.
  • 1.3 Analytics APIs
  • 1.4 SOAP Analytics APIs
  • Legacy OAuth Authentication (OAuth and JWT)
We have provided a Legacy API EOL FAQ to help answer your questions and provide guidance on how to proceed. API integrations that employ these services can migrate to the 1.4 Analytics REST APIs or the 2.0 Analytics APIs . Legacy OAuth accounts can migrate to an Adobe IO Analytics integration account, which can be used to access both the 1.4 Analytics APIs and 2.0 Analytics APIs.
San Jose FTP Broker Ending for London and Singapore
July 2020
For customers in London and Singapore, we will no longer support brokering of data between London or Singapore and the San Jose data center ftp.omniture.com .
EOL of Ad Hoc Analysis
Aug 6, 2018
Adobe announced the intention to end-of-life Ad Hoc Analysis. An end-of-life date will be shared once available. For more information, visit Discover Workspace .

New Analytics courses and tutorials

New courses, tutorial videos, and articles in Analytics and Customer Journey Analytics.
Content
Content Type
Description
Course
In this course, you will learn how to use Customer Journey Analytics (CJA) to analyze data from many different data sources. You will learn about the differences between Adobe Analytics and Customer Journey Analytics, and how the data is handled in CJA. After taking this course, you should be able to create and customize cross channel visualizations for increased understanding of your customers.
Course
Learn how to configure and use Journey Orchestration. This course covers the key concepts and the configuration steps required to enable the orchestration of a Journey. You will learn how to create, publish and how to report and analyze your orchestrated Journeys.
Course
In this course, you will learn about the data coming into Customer Journey Analytics and how it affects the reports for the analyst. This course builds upon your general knowledge of the Adobe Experience Platform.
Video tutorial
An introductory video to Customer Journey Analytics for Administrators.
Course
In this course, you learn how to get started implementing Adobe Analytics, understand Analytics concepts, create a plan, and implement Adobe Analytics using Experience Platform Launch.
Course
In this course, learn about the Analytics fundamentals and how Analysis Workspace can change your business. Learn how you can uncover insights with Adobe Sensei, hear customer testimonials, and watch highlights from industry experts at Summit 2019.
Course
Learn how to get started using Analysis Workspace. Build your first project, learn how to define date ranges, apply segments, and share and collaborate on projects.
Video tutorial
In this video, learn how to create and share Scorecards in Analysis Workspace to be viewed on Adobe Analytics dashboards (mobile app).
Video tutorial
In this video, learn how to use Adobe Analytics dashboards (mobile app) to access and view Scorecards created by or shared with you.

AppMeasurement

For the latest updates on AppMeasurement releases, please refer to AppMeasurement for JavaScript release notes .

Adobe Audience Manager

New features, fixes, documentation and tutorials in Audience Manager.
Updated June 10, 2020

User interface updates

Audience Manager is releasing updates to the domain and header bar to improve your experience and unify with other Experience Cloud applications.
  • Easier switching between your organizations or to a different application.
  • Improved user help, including featured articles and context-relevant videos in the Help menu.
  • Ability to give feedback about Experience Platform and file support tickets.
  • A new easier URL pattern. Update your bookmarks to the new url: experience.adobe.com/audience-manager .
These updates are available only to users logging in using Adobe ID. To switch to an Adobe ID login, see Manage Experience Cloud users and products .

New features and fixes in Adobe Audience Manager

Feature
Description
Continuing Adobe’s focus on Privacy by Design, we are upgrading the Audience Manager Plug-in for IAB TCF to the IAB Transparency & Consent Framework (TCF) version 2.0, starting June 10th, 2020. Customers who have implemented the Audience Manager Plug-in for IAB TCF must upgrade to version 2.0 by August 15, 2020, in order to continue using the feature. After August 15th, 2020, version 1.1 will be deprecated and no longer supported.
Fixes
  • Updated the Audience Marketplace Terms & Conditions to reflect legal requirements in specific geographies. (AAM-54518)
  • Fixed an issue where accessing the Traits page from bookmarks would result in a 404 error. (AAM-54768)
  • Fixed an issue where the Destination Update API would time out while retrieving Algorithmic Models. (AAM-54342)
  • Users can now see a model classification accuracy indicator for Smart Personas. (AAM-54847)
  • Fixed an issue where pressing Enter after adding a trait expression would remove the expression instead of saving it. (AAM-54210)
  • Fixed an issue where calls to the GET method of the Traits API would fail for users who did not have the VIEW_MODELS permission. (AAM-53104)
  • Fixed an issue where users could not delete Algorithmic Models that contained Folder Traits. (AAM-50192)
  • Long trait expressions now wrap across multiple lines. (AAM-54972)
  • Fixed an issue where users with read-only permissions could see the Create New button in the algorithmic models pages. (AAM-54889)
  • Fixed an issue causing the General and Trend reports loading indicator to keep spinning after CSV download was finished. (AAM-54571)
  • Fixed an issue where users could not add bulk traits to segments in the Segment Builder. (AAM-55033)
  • Multiple accessibility improvements across the interface. (AAM-47269, AAM-48966, AAM-48976, AAM-49369, AAM-49023, AAM-49042).

New Audience Manager courses and tutorials

Content
Content Type
Description
Course
This course teaches you the basics of Audience Manager and the problems you can solve using it. Learn about common use cases and key Audience Manager terms and concepts.
Video tutorial
Learn how Adobe Audience Manager manages identity, including internal profiles and profile merging as well as ID syncing with partners.
Course
This video walks you through the concepts and steps to create a People-Based Destination to LinkedIn. It builds on the additional videos and documentation regarding People-Based Destinations.
Video tutorial
Learn how to use the Trait Builder in the Audience Manager interface to create a rule-based trait, allowing you to capture real-time activity into Audience Manager profiles.
Video tutorial
Learn how to enabling the Audience Manager Plug-in for IAB TCF. Enabling this plug-in is easy if you are using Adobe Experience Platform Launch.
Video tutorial
In this video, see how cookies and beacons from Experience Cloud ID Service and solutions are affected by the IAB user choice selections.

Adobe Experience Manager

New features, fixes, and updates in Adobe Experience Manager (AEM). Adobe recommends customers with on-premise deployments to deploy the latest patches to ensure higher stability, security, and performance.

Product Updates

  • AEM 6.5.5.0
    AEM 6.5, Service Pack 5 (6.5.5.0 released June 04, 2020) is an important update that includes new features, key customer-requested enhancements, and performance, stability, security improvements, released since the general availability of AEM 6.5 in April 2019.
  • AEM 6.4.8.1
    AEM 6.4, Service Pack 8, Cumulative Fix Pack (6.4.8.1 released June 04, 2020) is an important update that includes several internal and customer fixes since the general availability of AEM 6.4, Service Pack 8 (6.4.8.0) in March 2020.

Self-Help

  • AEM as a Cloud Service
    What's new on AEM as a Cloud Service?
    Highlights include:
    • AEM Sites Commerce Integration Framework.
    • Enhanced Smart Tags and new in UI guided training experience.
    • Adobe Asset Link support for Adobe Xd.
    • AEM Assets Dynamic Media 3D support.
    • New Self Service improvements reduce dependencies on Adobe for sandbox operations.
      • Enhanced self-service sandbox support in Cloud Manager allows entitled users to delete all environments within a sandbox and receive credits.
      • Auto-Hibernation sandbox environments automatically "hibernates" sandboxes after a period of inactivity. Customers can actively trigger "de-hibernation".
    • Transition tooling to support cloud acceleration
    With the goal of reducing time and cost to transition from on-premise to Cloud Service, two transition tools were launched this month. These tools are designed to automate some of the key tasks during transition process and hence, reducing the overall effort. .
    1. Using Content Transfer Tool (available on SD) streamlines the content transfer activity and makes it scalable. With a user-friendly UI, the tool is self-service for existing customers and partners (on-prem/AMS) that are transitioning to AEM as a Cloud Service.
    2. AMS Dispatcher Converter (Open-source) tool to automate converting AMS Dispatcher configurations to Cloud Service Dispatcher configurations.
    Transition tooling:
    https://github.com/adobe/aem-cloud-service-dispatcher-converter
    https://docs.adobe.com/content/help/en/experience-manager-cloud-service/moving/cloud-migration/content-transfer-tool/using-content-transfer-tool.html
  • Core Components
    Core Components 2.9.0 introduces integration with the Adobe Client Data Layer and a new Progress Bar Component and is now available along with authoring documentation and developer details and project download available on GitHub .
  • Moving to AEM as a Cloud Service
    Moving to AEM as a Cloud Service describes the recommended transition journey for an existing AEM customer moving to Cloud Service. The goal of this documentation is to provide customers with information, guidance and best practices to help them prepare for this transition and to make this journey structured and predictable.
    One of the Cloud Transition Tools - Content Transfer Tool was released. Content Transfer Tool is developed by Adobe that can be used to move existing content over from a source AEM instance (on-premise or AMS) to the target AEM Cloud Service instance.
    One of the Code Refactoring Tools - AEM Dispatcher Converter was released. AEM Dispatcher Converter is a tool for converting existing AEM Dispatcher configurations to AEM as a Cloud Service Dispatcher configurations and is available.
  • Accessibility and the WCAG 2.1 Guidelines
    Updates in relation to the WCAG 2.1 Guidelines:
  • AEM newsletters
    The AEM Newsletter by Experience League is designed to help you get up to speed with AEM so that you can start realizing value right away. Here is the most current newsletter:
    • Volume 31 : Experience Manager is now available as a cloud service.
    • Subscribe to the Experience Insider Newsletter.
    • View newsletter archives in the AEM resources section of the Adobe Experience Manager 6.5 Learn & Support page.

Community

  • AEM Community Discussion
    Now you can look at all the AEM announcements and interesting references to internal and external bloggers in one place. See the AEM Community's Discussion section.

New Experience Manager courses and tutorials

Content
Content Type
Description
Course
In this course, learn how to use Adobe Asset Link's features and capabilities to fuel your creative design with content stored in Adobe Experience Manager Assets. The course covers everything from how to launch adobe asset link, basic asset operations, search and browse options, and how to efficiently collaborate with other users.
Course
Learn how to get started with AEM Assets for business users. Explore the basics of AEM Assets, collaboration features, searching, organizing assets, and downloading assets and their renditions.
Course
Learn how to use AEM Sites' core features and capabilities to manage your organization's webpages. The course covers everything from an introduction to AEM Sites, basic concepts of authoring, advanced authoring features, and page management capabilities.
Article
Describes the changes required to Adobe Experience Manager Maven projects so that they are AEM Cloud Service compatible.
Video tutorial
Learn about debugging AEM as a Cloud Service SDK’s local quickstart using the Sling Models web console.
Video tutorial
Learn about debugging AEM as a Cloud Service SDK’s local quickstart using the Components web console.
Video tutorial
Learn about debugging AEM as a Cloud Service SDK’s local quickstart using the Bundles web console.
Video tutorial
Learn bout remote Java debugging from your IDE, allowing you to step through live code execution in AEM to understand the exact execution flow.
Video tutorial
Step-by-step instructions to integrate Adobe Experience Manager (AEM) with the Smart Content Service using Adobe I/O.
Article
Learn about using the Batch API to produce multiple interactive communications from a template.
Article
Learn the steps needed to create an interactive communication for the print channel.
Video tutorial
Learn about accessing content stored in Adobe Experience Manager Assets (AEM Assets), without leaving the Creative Cloud desktop apps you are most familiar with.
Video tutorial
Adobe Asset Link provides creative users with the ability to browse, search, check out, and check in assets stored in AEM Assets using the in-app panel in InDesign, Photoshop, and Illustrator. Get introduced to Adobe Asset Link panel's UI and its capabilities.
Video tutorial
Creative users can search for assets stored in AEM Assets using keywords, or perform a search under a specific location.
Video tutorial
Using the Adobe Asset Link panel, you can access file details for assets in AEM Assets, such as thumbnail, basic metadata, and versions from within the panel.
Video tutorial
Adobe Asset lets you check out AEM Assets directly from the creative app you are working on, and can immediately begin making edits.
Video tutorial
Explore how to create and use a For Placement Only (FPO) rendition for AEM assets.
Video tutorial
Learn how to use assets from AEM Assets using the Place Copy operation.
Video tutorial
Learn how to download and upload asset files from and to AEM Assets using the Asset Link panel.
Video tutorial
Learn how to quickly and easily access AEM Assets Files and Collections from within the Asset Link panel.
Video tutorial
Learn how to download assets and their renditions to your local machine for use and sharing.

Adobe Campaign

Adobe Campaign provides an intuitive, automated way to deliver one-to-one messages across online and offline marketing channels. You can now anticipate what your clients want using experiences determined by their habits and preferences.

New product releases

  • Support of Emoticon Azure Synapse FDA Connector New privacy regulations
  • Campaign Control Panel: Active profile monitoring

New Campaign courses and tutorials

Content
Content Type
Description
Course
Learn how to navigate the interface, work with deliveries, and create and manage recipient data.
Video
Learn how to download and install the Adobe Campaign Client console, create and manage your connections to multiple environments, and verify access to the Adobe Campaign Client console

Advertising Cloud

New features in Advertising Cloud DSP

Updated June 23, 2020
Feature
Description
Domain Migration
(June 22 release) The Advertising Cloud DSP has migrated from https://www.tubemogul.com to https://advertising.adobe.com .
Adobe Analytics integration
(June 18 release) DSP can now optionally suppress the AMO Cost metric from the data it sends to Analytics. To suppress the metric, contact your Adobe account manager.
People-Based Device Graph
(June 22 release) Self-serve DSP customers can now leverage a device graph (either Adobe Experience Cloud Device Co-op or LiveRamp) for people-based targeting and frequency management across any new campaigns. This will ensure that you reach your audiences across their owned devices, and can limit their ad exposure.
CCPA Opt-Out-of-Sale
(June 22 release) You can now communicate CCPA opt-out-of-sale requests to Advertising Cloud using a new CCPA opt-out-of-sale segment, which you can create from Audiences > Segments. You can also retrieve monthly reports of IDs customers have submitted for opt-out-of-sale requests for the account a) from Audiences > Segments or b) using the Advertising Cloud Trafficking API. For more information, see https://docs.adobe.com/content/help/en/advertising-cloud/all/privacy/ad-cloud-ccpa-opt-out-of-sale.html.
DoubleVerify Authentic Brand Safety
(June 22 release) Advertisers can now target a single DoubleVerify segment ID pre-bid, with comprehensive brand safety filters to mimic their post-bid blocking rules with DoubleVerify. You can now do so in the Media Quality targeting section of the advertiser settings at Settings > Advertiser. To learn more about the service, contact programmaticsales@doubleverify.com . Additional fees apply for this feature.
CPA/ROAS Optimization
(May 20 release) Campaign managers no longer need to cap new placements within packages to prevent overallocation of budget. Placements now receive a dynamic budget allocation based on their CPM or CPA/ROAS performance.
Campaign Home
(June 3 release) New campaign-level pacing metrics based on the provided campaign budget and time elapsed are available.
Placements
(June 22 release) The Site Diversity and Player Size filters were removed to simplify placement setup.
Placement Forecasting
(June 3 release) For CTV and video placements with placement-level optimization, the placement settings now include forecasting for multiple ad lengths (15 sec and 30 sec). They also include forecasting for both VAST and VPAID inventory.
Inventory
(June 22 beta release) A new deal ID form allows you to quickly set up a private deal you’ve already negotiated.
(June 22 beta release) Interactive pre-roll is now available for VAST inventory. You can set up a single interactive pre-roll ad and placement, reducing the number of your ads and placements.
ACTV Audience Lens
(June 18 release) Audience Lenses allows users to create and apply secondary audience reads to their planning, ordering and reporting workflows. This enables them to (1) gain quick insights into secondary audiences, (2) have flexibility to transact on preferred audiences and (3) measure a campaign’s execution through the “lens” of multiple audiences.

Magento

For Magento release notes, see:

Marketo Engage

Marketo Engage is a complete applications for lead management and B2B marketers looking to transform customer experiences by engaging across every stage of complex buying journeys.

Core Marketo Engage updates

See Marketo release notes for the latest release information.

Upcoming features

The following features are releasing throughout the quarter:
Feature
Description
Bizible
  • New account-based segmentation
  • Save dashboard-specific filters
  • Export Bizible dashboards as PDFs
Sales Connect
Compose Window and Command Center updates/enhancements

Announcements

Marketo Engage Success Center: Launching in February 2020. The Success Center is an in-product help center that enables you to search Product Docs and the Community, launch how-to guides, access adoption content, and more. Note: This feature will be launched as a beta in ANZ and will roll out to North America later in the quarter.

Deprecations

  • Asset API "_method" Parameter: After September 2020, Asset API Endpoints will no longer accept _method to pass Query Parameters in a POST body to bypass URI length limitations.
  • Internet Explorer Support Deprecation: Beginning with the July release on July 31, 2020, the Marketo Engage user interface will no longer be supported on Internet Explorer.
For cumulative and historical release notes, see Marketo release notes .