webCOMAND 3.0.3 Released
COMAND Systems released webCOMAND 3.0.3 today, which adds dimensions, a significant new feature that can be used to implement localization and more.
Dimensions provide a way to store multiple versions of content, which is useful for:
- Localization - Translations of the same content into multiple languages.
- Segmentation - Create personalized versions of content to be presented to different user segments.
- A/B Testing - Create different versions of content to be presented to different test groups of users to compare engagement and outcomes.
- Formats - Store multiple versions of content for fast retrieval based on the desired format. For example, certain sizes, croppings and image formats of image data. Images can also be processed on the fly, but this is useful for storing manual or pre-processed versions as well.
For more information, see Dimensions in webCOMAND Docs.