Features by major release

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In this section we'll highlight the new features for each major release of Mautic. They are in version order beginning with the latest.

Version 3.0

Mautic 3.0 introduces significant changes to the underlying application along with some changes to the minimum version requirements to run Mautic. They are outlined as follows:

Hosting Requirements

  • The minimum PHP version is raised from 5.6.19 to 7.2.0.
  • The minimum MySQL version is increased from version 5.5.3 to 5.7.14.

Cron Jobs Update

There are significant changes in the file structure in Mautic 3. To comply with the change, you will need to update your cron jobs path.


app/console mautic:segments:update

should now be:

bin/console mautic:segments:update

Note: For Mautic version 2.0, you must continue using the app/console path for running any cron job.

Removed Plugins

Mautic 3.0 removed support for the Rackspace and OpenStack plugins for remote assets.

If you currently use Rackspace or OpenStack, you will need to switch to Amazon S3, or create custom plugins to support alternative providers.

New File Manager for WYSIWYG Editors

When you try to upload an image or replace an existing image using the email or page builder, you will see a new file manager which you can use to drag and drop images.

The new file manager window

Version 2.0

Mautic 2.0 brought a significant number of enhancements to Mautic. The full release notes are at https://github.com/mautic/mautic/releases/tag/2.0.0.

Hosting Requirements

  • The PHP minimum version is now 5.6.19 (PHP 7 is supported!)
  • The MySQL minimum version is now 5.5.3
  • PostgreSQL support has been dropped

Cron Jobs Update

See Cron Jobs

Froala editor

This release switches CKEditor in favor of Froala editor which has a more polished look and functionality.

New email and page builders!

Email and page builders have been overhauled to be cleaner and better. This means that custom themes have changed as well. Watch this video for more.

Dynamic web content

You can now push contact aware content to your web pages through Mautic campaigns. See Dynamic Web Content

Bi-directional Salesforce Integration

This much anticipated feature is now in Mautic! For an overview watch this video.

Lifecycle stages

You can now track your contacts through various stages and lifecycles. Watch this video for more.

Updated Dashboard

Drag and Drop with new widgets for end-to-end attribution and more. Watch this video for an overview.

UTM Tags

A simple code you can attach to a custom URL to track content and more. The UTM tags that are currently supported are:

  • utm_campaign
  • utm_content
  • utm_medium
  • utm_source
  • utm_term

For more information on this watch this video.

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