Community Release - February 24, 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 

  • Change Your Chapter & District Form. Updates to the Change Your Chapter/District Form now allow members the following choices: 
    • If someone doesn't know the name of their chapter, they can browse the chapter directory below the update form.
    • They can also select their Country/Area in the form below and from there the current chapter and electoral district will display. They should begin typing their new chapter's name in the chapter field without the 2-3 letter state or country prefix, then select their chapter when viewed on the list. The drop-down list displays 20 results at a time and one can enter more characters to narrow the results. If applicable, one can select their new district as well.
    • If someone does not wish to be a part of a local chapter, they can select the United States and then type "No Group Desired."
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  • Action Team Forums searchable from main page. To improve access and visibility all CCL Action Team Forums discussions are now searchable from the main search page.
  • Member Photos. The ‘Member Photo’ area of your profile now has a new look and new functionality. You can now upload a cover photo by clicking the camera icon in the top right corner, then choosing ‘Add Profile Cover Photo’ from the menu.

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  • When uploading a profile photo or cover photo, members will be given the ability to reposition the photo to show the area they would like.
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  • Additionally, users profiles now show their badges, as well as options to message or add a user as a friend.

Bug Fixes

  • Resolved an issue where digests would sometimes miss content if sent after midnight
  • Resolved an issue where file categories in groups did not obey segmentation.
  • Resolved an issue with the usage list for language-specific HTML blocks
  • Resolved an issue where join date would sort with oldest members instead of newest first on the Browse Members block

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Posted by Brett Cease on Feb 24, 2020 3:49 PM America/Los_Angeles

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