Features & Improvements
The Record Payment dialog now gives you inputs appropriate to the payment type.
We added visibility permissions to Financial and Financial Aid custom fields (so you can decide whether to let students see them); we then added those fields to the financial portions of the Data Slicer.
In a sweeping change that will forever alter the very fiber of the Internet—not to mention higher education—we changed the entry field for the two-factor verification from a split field to a single field, the better to let you paste the verification code into the field.
If you require the address on the initial application form AND you've used the link-to-existing feature for address fields in the main application, those fields on the main application now auto-fill with the entry from the initial form.
Added filters for course name and abbreviation to the Course Catalog.
You can now restrict the visibility of news items to particular campuses.
Fine-tuned a few more things on the Common Cartridge importer when dealing with CC files generated by Edvance360 and Entertainment720.
Are you a Billing Contact? Is the credit card about to expire? We'll now send you an email ahead of time.
Tweaked a few things to provide more bulwarks against the extremely unlikely possibility that an FWS aid disbursement could be applied directly to an invoice and not paid to the student.
Fixed an elusive error that could prevent two-factor codes from being sent to a recently-updated text number.
Made sure a few previously-untranslatable items (enrollment agreement emails, for one) were now included in the Localizations interface.
Students couldn't see the checkmarks on assignments (indicating that they'd submitted work) if there was any unread/unseen activity in the assignment feeds.
Tightened the bolts on application forms so that if you get a translated initial form, you'll also get the translated main application form.
If you added a time requirement to a Tin Can on an old course, then added a new course in the current term, and then cloned content from the old to the new course, the Tin Can time requirement would not cross over those waters with the rest of the content. Stranded on the far shore, it lifted up its voice and called to us (well, a customer complained about it), and we answered.
The Bookstore > Inventory report was showing deleted item variations.
If a user had login approvals enabled, and then you disabled them and sent a reset password email (or he requested a password-reset email himself), the login approvals re-enabled their bad selves when that reset password link was clicked.