Stay up-to-date on new features and bug fixes delivered over the last month.
We reordered and added new columns to the global statistics and global revenue statistics reports to make it easier to identify the number of bookings for classes and courses, distinguish between programmes and subjects, and tell which class study plans each course is offered on. Therefore, when exporting and opening any of the aforementioned reports, the first five columns you'll see are now: Theme name, Class/course, Programme/subject name, Class/course name and Also part of the following class study plans, followed by all others that already existed.
When exporting any of the reports from the All Profiles overview, a download link is now dispatched to your email, on top of being shared inside the page. Thanks to this, you may safely close the page if a data set is taking longer to process.
There's a brand new report in town, displaying the number of profiles that entered and stayed in a given selection of lifecycle states during a defined period of time, to help staff analyse their recruitment performance. To generate and save the report into a CSV or Excel file, visit the All Profiles overview, tap the vertical ellipsis, click Export global monthly statistics and choose your desired settings.
You can now include enrolment plan data in your letters – namely, subject name, course name, course credits and course type –, through a group of newly-created merge fields! To obtain the field references, get in touch with us.
We've created a new API request, "Update a student's grade for a unit", allowing staff users to update a profile's partial or final grade for a course. If interested, this is available through FULL FABRIC's API documentation.
The segments builder has new and improved selectors! For one, you now have the possibility to type into a dropdown menu, as if in a search bar, to narrow down the list and quickly find the item you're looking for. For example, if you input the term "greater" under RULE, the list will be reduced to is greater than and is greater than or equal to, thereby saving you a lot of scrolling! In addition, the rules involving checkbox and dropdown schema fields – for instance, "Gender" –, have their options now presented for selection in a dropdown box (e.g., "Male" and "Female"), whereas previously they had to be manually entered. Not only is this more convenient, but it also prevents potential trouble arising from typos! These changes have been applied to all segment building areas.
Internet Explorer is no longer supported by FULL FABRIC and cannot be used to access the platform. Instead, users are redirected to a page with instructions on which web browsers to use. To learn more on this topic, please read this article.
Started applications were showing the status Not started application, even if entirely filled out, and, as a consequence, neither staff nor candidates were able to submit them. The status is correctly updated now and applications can again be submitted upon their completion.
The widget in the Application overview wasn't working, meaning that, when you clicked STARTED or SUBMITTED, no profiles were produced. Both filters are up and running again.
Starting another application with the same application template, previously configured to accept multiple submissions, was leading to an error page, but that's no longer the case.
When entering an Evaluation overview, no profiles were loaded, but all of the respective profiles with evaluations are loaded now.
The segment builder in the Application, Programme and Evaluation overviews had a problem whereby it would freeze when a second rule was applied which had a multi-select parameter, but it's working as usual again.