Features & Improvements
Nothing has been released yet, but in case you're wondering about the EU's General Data Protection Regulation, we have some forthcoming features and updates that should address your concerns. Have a look at the Populi Blog for more details.
Degree Audit exclusions give you another option when deciding how to apply a student's courses to his degree and specialization course requirements. You can read a bit more about them here.
New contact info options: School Phone and School Address.
getInvoicesto the API.
Found an error in Test Analysis if a question category contained a comma. We love commas and encourage their use, so we fixed it! To be clear, we would also do this for punctuation symbols we don't like as much.
Fixed a bug where our video player would pick a lower-than-optimal resolution for the first 20 minutes of video playback. Turns out the recordable DVD we use for all your videos had a bunch of fingerprints on it so we carefully wiped those off.
You know that course evaluation completion rate calculation we do? You don't? Well, we do a calculation for course evaluation completion rates. It's great, you should check it out sometime.
Well, it's great now—we discovered that we were including courses without evaluations in that calculation.What we do now is give you stats for:
- Evals Offered
- Eval Completion
- Overall Response rate
Tuned up the Retake Display setting with a new option to Bracket retaken courses. And we also made sure the other two settings worked.
Also tuned up IPEDS reporting to better accommodate Fall reporting for schools on what IPEDS calls other academic calendar.
Online courses with regular meeting times now show a regular attendance percentage on the course roster and attendance views.
Fixed a bug where the grade displayed on a student's Courses panel would pull the grade from the catalog course program and not the program to which the course was mapped for the student.
If you reassigned an inquiry from one admissions rep to another, the new rep wouldn't receive an email. Until this week, that is.