Community Release - April 30, 2019
Simply put, a release is a package of software updates that are ready to be released. On CCL Community, we'll release updates every other Monday.
- Added Community Bulletins to the users dashboard.
- Chapter rosters now display the total number of members for easy reference, including supporters who have opted out of email and may not be in Community.
- State and Regional Coordinators can temporarily join another group on Community, allowing them to post and participate in other group's discussions. Coordinators can click the 'RC/SC Join Button' and be joined to the group until midnight Eastern Time.
- Moving forward, State and Regional Coordinators will also begin seeing "At Large" groups for each of their state(s) - a new catch-all group that will receive incoming new volunteers in that state that were not automatically assigned a chapter when they joined due to living far enough away from any active chapter or some other reason. For more information see this post in the SC Forums and the IT team will be unveiling additional details in the future.
- Events. Upcoming Events & Group Calendar Events created in your group will now display in the time zone selected when the event is created. The main CCL Events calendar for CCL National events will display the time in the user time zones.
- Congressional biographies updated for 2019.
- Proof of Insurance Form. For CCL chapter events (tabling, chapter meetings, film screenings, etc.) in need of reporting your event for insurance coverage.
- 2019 Lobby Day Study Guide. To help June Conference attendees get ready to lobby, this study guide highlights some of the most helpful training and resources available on CCL Community.
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