Community Release - May 13, 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.
- Streamlined field report form. Based on your Community login, fields like email address, chapter, district, and name are now pre-filled and editable.
- The most recent forum posts and/or replies for a group or action team are now displayed on each group or team's homepage. On the homepage of your group, only post titles are viewable for logged out users. A user needs to log in to reply or read the post.
- Group and action team homepages no longer have a comments section. If you're a group and want similar comment functionality (ability to post something that's not emailed to every user in a daily digest), you can create a forum category. New forum categories are akin to a comment section and allow users the option to subscribe.
- Added help page link (question mark icon to the right of the search box) to the main menu bar.
- By popular request, event notifications for groups have been disabled. Group leaders can contact IT to have group event notifications re-enabled.
- Bulletin posts comments. You can now post comments to the latest bulletin posts. See the bottom of this post.
- New page for monthly Action Sheets. Bookmark it!
- Updated Making Primary and Secondary Asks resource with new supporting bills.
- Updated Carbon Pricing Bills in Congress with a new title and new bills.
- Updated New Member Import Spreadsheet Template to include a column for mailing postal code, which helps assign new supporters to the correct chapter.
- Updated New Supporter Welcome Handout.
- Updated Meeting Minutes Print-out.
- Reorganized Action Team Directory.
- Your personal dashboard will now provide featured video links embedded on the tile.
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