Blueshift is now launching an UI for the “transaction” feature, which will allow you to create, manage and triage your transactions in a fully self served fashion. With the added level of visibility, you are truly able to track, connect and target based on related events all on your own.
For context, a transaction is an advanced Blueshift data model that allows you to connect and segment lifecycle events through a common identifier. You can model a workflow (e.g. an order) through a series of related events (e.g. payment confirmation, shipped, delivered, canceled, returned) using the transactions feature. You’re able to deliver coordinated, timely lifecycle campaigns with less time and effort, by connecting lifecycle events through a common identifier and creating lifecycle campaigns that trigger lifecycle messages based on the state the user is within their lifecycle.
You can access this feature under the “setup” menu in the top navigation panel. The transaction index screen will show all the different transaction models you have configured. You can click into a transaction model to view or update its configuration or check its history.