CCL Community Release - September 21, 2020
New Features include Recent Trainings, Event Video Upload, and Upvoting in the Feature Requests and Bug Reports Forums, in addition to many training and resource updates.
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.
- Recent Trainings. The Recent Trainings section of the Training Topics page now displays a list of previous training reverse chronologically ordered from their event page setup.
- Event Video Upload. CCL Community national training event pages will now feature the video in the top image block to expand access and improve navigation to find any of CCL's Tuesday and Thursday evening trainings.
- Upvoting. Feature Requests and Bug Reports Forums now feature the ability for members to upvote the requests of other member's posts.
- Member Popovers. If you hover over a member's name/photo on a forum post they've shared, you now will see a smaller window pop up that contain buttons to ‘Add Friend’ or ‘Email’ that member, providing easier ways to connect.
- Recent Topics Expansion. Resolved an issue where the Recent Topics block was not limiting posts to a single subcategory when placed on that subcategory’s page
- Video Embed. Resolved an issue where embedded Facebook and Twitch videos were not displaying properly
New & Updated Content
- Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in CCL - added September 24th
- Telling Compelling Stories - added September 22nd
- Working With Business Climate Leaders: From Prospect To Advocate - added September 17th
- Communicating with Conservatives - updated September 15th
- Youth Outreach & Engagement - updated September 10th
- Encouraging Existing Endorsers To Champion Their Support To Congress - updated September 3rd
- Communicating With Progressives - updated September 1st
- Understanding Economic Support For Carbon Fee & Dividend Policies - updated August 25th
- Household Impact Study (2020 Updates) - updated August 25th
- Model Laws For Deep Decarbonization - added August 20th
- Planning & Practicing Lobby Meetings - updated August 18th
- Understanding Congress Basics - updated August 11th
- Citizens' Climate Radio Episodes - updated September 24th
- Stickers & Decals - updated September 20th
- Virtual Postcards- added September 5th
- Yale Climate Opinion Data - updated August 28th
- Household Impact Study - updated August 25th
- Paperless Action Tools - updated August 20th
- Yard Signs - added August 11th
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