Community Release - March 18, 2019

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New Features: Bug Fixes:
  • Resolved an issue where edit and photos buttons would not always appear for group events.
  • Resolved an issue where dates on event block always showed in DD-MM-YYYY format.
  • Added max dimensions to comment images in files and events.
  • And more!
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
- Community blog with information and updates specifically targeted for CCL volunteers and Community members.
- State and district map of endorsers of the Energy Innovation and Carbon Dividend Act (first iteration).
- Group and action team events now have a category for groups and action teams.
- Newly created action team events are viewable on national main event calendar by members who are members of the action team.
- Users are now able to RSVP to group and action team events.
- Those with group event permissions can invite Community members who are local to the event but not necessarily in the same chapter. This is good for areas with two or more local chapters.
- Event categories color coded by type on the national event calendar (note: chapter events are not listed on the main event calendar).
- Group leaders can see when a member of their group last logged in to Community on the member's profile page.


Issues Resolved
•    Resolved an issue where edit and photos buttons would not always appear for group events.
•    Resolved an issue where dates on event block always showed in DD-MM-YYYY format.
•    Added max dimensions to comment images in files and events.
•    Resolved an issue where events from deleted groups still appeared in event lists.
•    Resolved an issue where events could not be created in Safari.
•    Resolved an issue with pagination of the events widget.
•    Resolved an issue on Event Map where ‘Get Directions’ sent incorrect geolocation data.

 
Posted by Richard Bradley on Mar 14, 2019 6:58 AM America/Los_Angeles

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