Stay up-to-date on new features and bug fixes delivered over the last month.
Core | Student information system
Make way for the new academic calendar, the Shared calendar, replacing its predecessor with smarter and better functionality! This new calendar takes a centralised approach to displaying courses and sessions, now combined into a single shared calendar instead of each programme having its own! The new calendar also comes with a bevy of filters and sorting options to help you customise your view and dig into data, as well as a variety of other nifty tricks that you can read about in our Help Centre! We'll support you through the process of transitioning to the new calendar and will contact you shortly for that purpose (if we haven't already)!
If you've never used our academic calendar, we recommend this other article instead.
You can now embed a FULL FABRIC form in an external web page by using a script instead of an iframe, thus allowing you to track user interaction with Google Tag Manager (such as completion time, abandonment rate and other metrics) and customise the design of your form on your own website. For more information, come here.
It's now possible to order the classes and courses in programme choice fields by their start date to make them easier to work with. As such, from now on, when applicants select a programme or a subject and then proceed to select a class or a course, respectively, they'll see them ordered from earliest to latest by default. Classes and courses without dates will be ordered alphabetically at the bottom.
The subject code is no longer generated as part of the primary programme choice substitution tag, meaning that only the subject name and the course name are displayed to applicants in the application submission confirmation emails they receive.
Attempting to edit the SENDER NAME of the Send email to profile automation did not work, as the original name was not overwritten in the email messages. All email messages now include the custom SENDER NAME again.
Upon creating a letter template with merge fields for journey fields and then generating a document, the latter would not be populated. However, as of now, the substitution tags are replaced by information again.
The profile import tool sometimes froze when entering the mapping step, but the mapping section is loading normally again.
Whenever a candidate went to an application form and used the NEXT and PREVIOUS controls to move across tabs, the page would get stuck in an infinite loop and never proceed to the desired destination. This is no longer occurring.
We had a bug affecting applications whereby they couldn't be exported to PDF if any files were attached, but they're fully downloadable again.
Some started applications were wrongly given the status Not started application by the system, making them impossible to submit. The application status is always accurate now.
Whenever a referee submitted a reference for an applicant, the page would go blank. Now, it continues to show the reference form while also showing the success message Reference form submitted.
There was an issue with the authentication via application method whereby, if the user in question already had a password and entered it by hitting Enter on the keyboard instead of clicking Continue to application on the portal, the modal would return to the previous page instead of advancing to the next one. This has been fixed and pressing Enter now allows the person to move forward to their application.
When trying to map values between applications and evaluations, no fields were available for selection in the mapping map. However, both the application and evaluation fields are now visible again.
Some areas of the login page were not scrollable; consequently, a few buttons and fields were difficult to access. The login page is entirely scrollable now.
The Inbox All tab was not displaying any items, saying You're all done instead, but it's now collecting information from the other tabs as expected.
Submissions were still accepted when a form was closed, but they're currently duly rejected.
Upon making edits to the rules of a list segment, the list would go empty once the Segments Builder menu was exited. The list returns the matching profiles now.
Whenever the rule Profile created at was selected in a segment, the page would subsequently crash, but the filter can be used again.
The option to define a schema field as This field is required WHEN in order to specify when it should be mandatory suddenly disappeared from the schema. Therefore, only the alternatives were left: This field is NOT required and This field is ALWAYS required. We corrected this bug and all three options are available again.
The system was erroneously authorising the deletion of lecturer profiles still assigned to sessions, which caused their associations to the sessions to stay behind and stir up trouble. Henceforth, this action will be automatically aborted by the system and trigger a forbidden response, commanding staff users to Remove the lecturer as the lecturer/guest lecturer of sessions before being able to delete its profile.