Community Release - January 13, 2020

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What's a release?

Simply put, a release is a package of software updates consisting of new features and bug fixes along with new content. On CCL Community, we'll release updates every other week.

New Features 

  • CCL Stats. In honor of the new year, the CCL Stats tool page now includes additional statistics for CCL volunteers, including all field report actions (lobby meetings, media pieces, outreach events, and contact with members of Congress) displayed as toggle options for the past year, the current year-to-date and the past 365 days.
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  • Filters. There are now two types of filters available for group's file pages. To access them go to your group's file page and select:
    • Filter by File Type. This allows you to filter the block to only show the file type selected in the dropdown.
    • Filter By Field. This allows you to filter the block to only display files fitting the value of the File Field.
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  • Event invite emails now include the event description in the email.
  • Flag Events. Events can now be flagged as objectionable. To flag an event for CCL Community admin to respond to, click the dropdown on the event card then choose ‘Flag’ and write in the reason the event is objectionable. 
  • Messaging. All messaging screens have received a significant visual upgrade.

Bug Fixes

  • Time Zones. Resolved an issue where file upload times were displayed in CDT or CST instead of the site’s timezone.
  • Event Notifications. Resolved an issue where notifications were not sent properly when Enable Notifications on User Join is checked for an event category.
  • Special Characters in Forum Topic Subjects and Block Titles now display correctly.

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Posted by Brett Cease on Jan 13, 2020 7:16 PM America/Los_Angeles

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