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    At Explore, we continuously strive to improve your experience with our CRO tool.

    We’re excited to announce a new feature that will significantly enhance your workflow: the ability to preview changes for your experiments.

    This update aims to provide you with greater control and visibility over your A/B tests before they go live.

    What’s New?

    With this upgrade, you can now preview changes for:

    1. Unpublished Experiments: This allows you to see how your experiments will look and behave before they are published.
    2. Published Experiments with Unsaved Changes: You can also preview experiments that have been published but have subsequent changes that haven’t been saved yet.

    Why This Matters

    • Enhanced Accuracy: By previewing changes, you can catch potential errors or make refinements before your audience sees them.
    • Streamlined Workflow: No more guessing how changes will appear. This feature saves time and reduces the back-and-forth of publishing and unpublishing experiments.
    • Increased Confidence: Know exactly what your users will experience, ensuring your tests are running smoothly and effectively.

    How to Use the Preview Feature

    1. Access Your Experiment: Navigate to the experiment you wish to preview.
    2. Preview Changes: If the experiment is unpublished or has unsaved changes, you will see a ‘Preview’ option. Click on it to see a real-time preview.
    3. Review and Adjust: Analyze the preview carefully. Make any necessary adjustments before finalizing and publishing your changes.

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    We believe this new preview feature will make managing your experiments more efficient and effective.

    Your feedback is invaluable to us, so please let us know how this enhancement impacts your workflow and any further improvements you would like to see.

    Happy testing!

    Need Assistance?

    Our customer support team is here to help.

    If you have any questions or require further guidance on using the new preview feature, don’t hesitate to reach out.

    We are committed to ensuring you get the most out of Explore.

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