Stay up-to-date on new features and bug fixes delivered over the last month.
Foundation CRM | Forms
Forms has been completely redesigned! Following the trend initiated last year with the Student Hub, we exchanged the interface of our form landing pages for one that's cleaner, more modern and stylish in order to improve user experience and increase the appeal to your audience!
As always, we're available to support you through the process of migrating the data to the new version and will be in touch soon! Meanwhile, we invite you to read our articles about Forms here!
It's now possible to segment profiles by organisation in a variety of ways, such as to segment primary contacts, segment the people in the community of an organisation and even return profiles based on the information in their experience entries. To learn how, visit our article on Segments!
From now on, all contacts are required to have an experience entry to ensure that they're always associated to the Community of the organisation. Therefore, upon adding a new contact to FULL FABRIC, you must henceforth include their POSITION in the company.
You can now filter the correspondence exchanged with profiles to easily find and manage conversations. To do so, access the profile or homepage Emails tab and find the Filter selector. Received emails are displayed by default, but three other filters exist: Sent emails, System emails and All emails.
We've introduced a group of filtering options to the list of lecturer costs to help you drill down into the data. Accordingly, you're now able to filter costs by programme and class, date, lecturer, cost status, attendance and budget code. For the sake of convenience, the system remembers the last filter you applied; thus, if you apply a filter, exit the page and later revisit it, everything will be as you left it. In addition, your sorts and filters are included when exporting the list to Excel or CSV.
Staff can now manage the list of budget codes directly. Just click Manage codes inside the Lecturer costs page (near the new Budget code filter) and you'll be redirected to the appropriate area, where you can create and delete budget codes. This is a permission based feature, so only the relevant staff roles will see the aforementioned button.
We've added a new tab to the overview of courses that are in the in progress or done states: Transcripts. The new tab displays a complete list of transcripts for the respective course, which can be exported and printed.
Until now, only subjects were added to student transcripts, but the specific courses determined on the study plan to the student transcript will also be added from this point forward, right after the subject code and the subject name. For instance: "MBA003 - Finance - September 2019" ("September 2019" being the name of the course).
Defining a MAX NUMBER OF ABSENCES on profile transcripts and study plan templates when adding a course is no longer compulsory.
In the past, whenever a verification email was requested, all previous ones were automatically expired and rendered useless. However, candidates are now able to verify their accounts using any of the generated links, old and new, so long as they're within the validity period of 24 hours.
Following a URL to a landing page with a localisation in an incorrect format (for example, "en-gb" instead of "en-GB") lead applicants to a blank page, but we changed localisations to be case-insensitive.
We had a bug affecting application templates that did not allow for multiple applications whereby, if people started and submitted an application form through a direct URL and then accessed FULL FABRIC through that same link again, they'd be starting a second application instead of being led to the original. The application URL now redirects users back to their started or submitted applications, as expected.
On the Student Hub, applicants weren't able to reenter their submitted applications past the application close date because the My Applications widget was missing its VIEW APPLICATION button. The button is back in place now.