In order to improve user experience, we’re changing the way how the system works with the bulk actions for sending out reminders from the Back-Office. Now you don’t have to wait until the real sending is over, since it can take some time. Instead, the system creates a job to send out all reminders and adds them to the sending queue. If the adding is successful, the system will show a success message to the Back-Office Admin who performed the sending.
Two new filter types are added to the “Target audience” setup of the course for course leaders on My Page. Now it becomes possible for you course leaders to set up courses that are available for registration for all people except those who have already participated in a course with a particular type or name. For this purpose, it is possible to use one of the following filters:
The change is available for all course leaders who are able to set up the “Target audience” for the course (System Course Super Admins, Course Super Admins, Course Admins, Course Editors).
Note: new filters are not available for the Back-Office. If any course has at least one of the new filters, it won’t be possible to edit “Target Audience” for this course for the Back-Office Super Admins.
To make it possible for your course leaders to set up not only the rules for who should be able to register for the course, but also for who should get course invitations, two new filters are added here as well. They are completely the same as for the “Target audience” setup.
Except for this change, we’re also making it possible to have more flexibility inside the “Tags” filter of the “Invitation audience”. Currently, tags for members are used to storing different kinds of information, which can be significant for invitation audience setup. With our last update, course leaders become possible to add more than one group of filtering inside the “Tags” filter. It means you can set up a rule under which a person should get the course invitation in case he/she has at least one tag from the first group of tags, and at least one tag from the second group of tags, etc.
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In order to improve the current UI/UX experience for course leaders, we’re adding a person’s name on the card that contains participant details on My Page.
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This release we’re improving the functionality of the Dashboard available as the extra functionality for your person’s leaders. The Dashboard currently shows up a statistic over the most important parameters allowing leaders seeing trends connected to the members development inside the level. We’re improving the following indicators:
Before the improvement, both of the indicators had shown people having at least one role with the start date inside the chosen period. It appears that there are a lot of cases when a person might have one role (position) inside the level for a while, and then a new role (position) is assigned. In this case, before the current release, the person had been identified as the new member during the second role assignment. Now it is changed so that the member is tracked as the new member inside the level by the earliest assignment date only.
Same for resigned members – now, the date of the resignment is the latest resignment date among all member’s roles (positions) inside the level. It means if a person has 2 roles, e.g, as a regular member inside the level, and as the member of board, if he/she is resigned from the board, he/she is not tracked inside the “Resigned members” until the regular member role is resigned as well.
In order to make the way how the course leaders are able to add new course responsibles to the course smoother, we’re improving the autocomplete for course responsibles. Now it the autocomplete, your leaders are able to see not just the name and surname of the suitable person, but also the person’s email address. Making sure you’re adding the right person to the course now is easier.
Continuing to take care of the product stability, Sprint 5 was dedicated to adjusting the monitoring of Choo i Skyen. After the launch, we’re happy to inform you that Choo i Skyen system is fully controlled from our side. A bunch of improvements will help us identify possible issues in any Choo i Skyen module quicker and more efficiently. From now on, the development team is getting the ability to get alarms from the modern monitoring system to track possible difficulties in all modules except “Public API”.
A change is made inside the “Aldersfordelt saldoliste” report. It is the following:
On the list of courses for course leaders on My Page, a new column is added – “Course ID”. By default, the list of courses is now sorted by the course ID, so that you’re able to see the latest courses at the top.
Additionally, a filter by course ID is added to the list of courses, both in the Back-Office and on My Page for course leaders.
A new widget is added to the course card on My Page for course leaders – “Waiting list participants”. The widget counts the number of course participants having “Waiting list” status.
A new ability is added for the course leaders and Super Admins in the Back-Office. Now it becomes possible to issue an “Admin discount” for any course participant. This discount will be applied to all the products the course participant should be invoiced for. In the first iteration, it is possible to issue only a 100% discount, and we’re going to add the ability to add other discounts further on. If the course participant gets a 100% discount, it means the system will not issue an invoice for the course at all. You could use the new ability to mark people who should not be invoiced for the course (who are free participants).
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All course leaders who are able to set up/see course products on My Page, now will not need to calculate brutto prices (price incl. MVA) on their own. Instead, the system will show brutto prices automatically, both for main, optional products and special prices.
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If you’re using a custom set of pictures for the course pictures gallery, now it becomes possible for you to set up which picture(s) should be used for which course category(s). Talk to us if you’re interested to set this feature up – the feature should be configurated from our side before you’re able to use it.
Once everything is set up, your course leaders get an opportunity to see a filter by the course category inside the gallery of course pictures, when they create or update courses. All they need to do is to pick the category they’re interested in and choose the picture from those that are filtered by the system.
A new ability to mark courses as connected is added on My Page for course leaders. E.g, now you can mark that some courses are connected because they are a few modules of one course, or anything similar. This setting is just for course leaders, and it does not change anything for course participants.
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