CCL Community Release - November 2, 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.

New Features

  • Action Tracker. CCL Community updated its field reporting system to the new Action Tracker Tool, an online application that will log and display the actions CCL supporters are taking every day to build political will for climate action. For more information and to explore common FAQs, check out the Using the Action Tracker training page and you can find the tracker directly from your Dashboard page in the upper left corner.
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  • Featured Recent Discussions. The Dashboard's Featured Discussion block, below the CCL Community Bulletin, has been updated to feature a more dynamic design that displays the most recent posts in forums that may interest you based on the interests you marked on your Account's "My Interests" tab.
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  • Event Invitee RSVPs. The Event block has been updated to feature a new design, displaying the event owner more prominently in the RSVP area to help attendees know who to contact with questions as well as providing a more compact display of the attendee categories and the ability for attendees to invite other CCL Community members to the event.
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  • Tours. Members can now return to revisit a CCL Community Tour module they've visited before as many times as they would like, improving the onboarding experience for all CCL volunteers interested in learning how to use and navigate CCL Community.
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Bug Fixes

  • Time Zone. The Time Zone displayed for group events now displays at the group level, to make sure that individual CCL Community members that haven't updated their preferred timezone in their account, still see the event in the local time zone.
  • Account Signature. The "My Account" screen has been cleaned up to provide additional clarity and to remove the Signature field.

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Posted by Brett Cease on Nov 2, 2020 3:27 PM America/Los_Angeles

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