CCL Community Release - May 2, 2023

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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. The CCL Community Release Notes are published after a group of significant new features, bug fixes, and/or content updates have been released. Ask any questions in the comments below.

New Features

  • Action Tracker Data DownloadWe are excited to announce a new feature added to the Action Tracker that allows you to export volunteer actions to a CSV file. To use this new feature, simply log in to your account and navigate to the Action Tracker page. From there, select any filters you wish to apply to your report, including a specific time frame (currently up to one year), chapter, and action types. Once you have made your selections, click the “Export to CSV” button and your report will be generated. 
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    • To watch a full tutorial walk through of this new feature in addition to some specific examples of how you can leverage this new feature (i.e. see who's taken the informational session recently in your chapter, or who has been successful of late in publishing their media work) click here. We hope you will take advantage of this feature and let us know if you run into any problems or see areas of improvement by clicking on the lower left question mark icon circle from any page on CCL Community.
  • CCL's Endorsements have also been updated on three pages:
    • Within the Action Tracker, visit this new Endorsement map to be able to filter by state, district, policy type and individual endorser. Note: this view is only available for logged in CCL Community users.
    • For a public view visible to all, visit the public CCL page to find out more about CCL's endorsements and a map display: Endorsements for Climate Action
    • The public CCL page now also provides an updated form to send to new endorsers to: Endorsements 

Bug Fixes

  • Forums: Fixed an issue where @mentions were not displaying the list of users to select.
  • Action Tracker:  Fixed an issue where the filter wasn't displaying properly after making a selection in the Recent Actions view.

New & Updated Content

Most Recent Training Pages:

Most Recent Live Trainings (reverse chronologically sorted):

Additional Resources

Posted by Brett Cease on May 2, 2023 4:49 PM America/Los_Angeles

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