Community Release - May 13, 2019

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What's a release?
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.

New features
  • 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.
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  • 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.
Additions and Updates 
Other
  • The Chapter Roster Editor role has been renamed as is now referred to as a "Chapter Admin" to more accurately reflect the scope of the role, which includes the ability to send an email and create events on Community for your group. See this video and FAQ for more information.
Posted by Richard Bradley on May 13, 2019 3:58 PM America/Los_Angeles

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