June 3 to June 7, 2024 Release Notes

Features & Improvements

Course Roster exports now make use of the new HTML Layout Course Roster type, so if you want a customized roster export, that's now within striking distance.

HTML Transcript Layouts now have a way to add all term-based custom info in one fell swoop.

There's also a new standard date format in HTML Layouts that will produce dates like September 17, 2028 or December 25, 1999, plus tens of thousands of other similarly-formatted dates.

When applicable, we now add the Donation Fund name to the General Ledger export. When inapplicable, we will continue to not.

The Payments/Refunds report hath a new filter condition for Payer Name.


Found and stepped on a bug that wouldn't save academic year dates on aid applications.

Profile > Financial > History wasn't showing Work Study aid names, but now it is.

Some schools were having trouble enabling Payment Plans for online recurring payments because of a lil' stinker that we took care of.

Videos and Focus Sessions

Next week's Focus Sessions...

  • Introduction to Populi: Ever hear of Populi? Well, we have. Let us introduce you to setting up your Populi account, logging in, adding new users, login approvals, roles, search, basic reporting, Populi's global settings and so on. This will be most useful to Populi Account Administrator and Academic Admin users. It's scheduled for June 11th, 2024, 2024, 11:00 AM Pacific time.
  • Introduction to Academics: Ever hear of Academics? I sure hope so! You're a college! Anyway, get introduced to academic years, terms, programs, degrees, the course catalog, course instances, enrollment, and so on. This will be most useful to Registrar and Academic Admin users. It's scheduled for June 13th, 2024, 11:00 AM Pacific time.

The lazy days of Summer are upon us, and the video guys have been very lazily not producing a new video for the release notes this week. So I've very lazily found this video from last Summer in which Josh discusses things you can do with Populi in Summertime.

(To be clear, they're working on, like, five different things right now. So they're not really that lazy.)

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