Product Release Notes – October 3, 2019

We’re excited to introduce our monthly release notes which showcase the latest features we’ve shipped. We hope it makes it easier for you to keep up-to-date with our product changes and allows you an avenue to provide direct feedback to the Product team at product@sortable.com.

Let us know what you think. We’d love to hear from you!

Your Sortable Product team

Custom dashboards (available upon request)

We’re rolling out custom dashboards so that you can personalize your dashboard and only see the information that is most important to you. Choose from a library of pre-built widgets or create your own widgets to suit your needs.

If you would like to join the custom dashboard beta, email product@sortable.com or reach out to your account manager.

Refreshed Sortable brand identity

You may have noticed that our website’s look and feel has changed. As our organization and products continue to grow and evolve, so does our brand. Don’t worry, we haven’t changed that much!

Case sensitivity removed from typed filters

To make it easier to add filters to reports, we removed the case sensitivity. 

New Prebid bidder adapters available

Sortable has added support for new Prebid adapters, including Undertone, Unruly, and Smart Ad Server. If you have an account with one or more of these partners, and would like to add them as a bidder on your inventory, please contact success@sortable.com.

Sortable CMP updated

In order to maintain compliance with the IAB Europe Transparency and Consent Framework and GDPR, we’ve updated our CMP and will be rolling out the new version in the coming weeks. 

If you are not currently using a CMP, contact success@sortable.com to discuss enabling Sortable’s CMP for your site(s).

Sortable supports Sellers.json and SupplyChain

Sellers.json and SupplyChain are two interconnected specifications developed by the IAB and designed to give buyers insight into the entities participating in the payment flow of transactions for digital advertising inventory. These standards provide a mechanism for determining the final seller of a bid request and for identifying all parties involved in the selling or reselling of a given bid request.

Sortable complies with these standards by hosting our sellers.json file and providing the SupplyChain object to our S2S bidders. We will expand support to send the SupplyChain object to Prebid bidders once Prebid bidder adapters are ready to support this as well.

To learn more, please see the IAB’s specifications and FAQs for sellers.json.