Transaction monitors now support interactions inside a shadow DOM. A shadow DOM (Document Object Model) is a method to encapsulate certain parts of a website, to keep them separate from the main document. Previously, transactions could not interact (click on, hover over, set a text value, etc.) with page elements that existed inside a shadow DOM. You can now configure your transactions to look inside the shadow DOM and locate the elements. For more information, see our article on working with shadow DOMs in transactions.