Features & Improvements
You can now use the Financial Aid report actions to tag the people represented in the reports.
Should you want to export a transcript for a student who has only transfer credits to his name, you can now do that.
The FISAP report (in Financial > Financial Aid > Reporting) is now accessible to all schools, whether or not they make use of the DOE integration features.
Shuffled a few things so that the description and metadata returned by Authorize.net are displayed more usefully to our users.
Looks like we'd mislabeled the FAFSA/ISIR birthdate question as Born Before 1-1-1992 and not Born Before 1-1-1996. Egg on our faces.
Found a few more spots where things like & were displaying as
& or innocent little apostrophes were rendered as the completely monstrous
&039;, among other things.
If you linked a recurring payment to an organization, those payments wouldn't necessarily show up on the student's account.
The import a field option on the application design page was a little bit haywire owing to—now, I'm gonna have to start speaking gibberish here—the combination of autofocus and autocomplete brushing up against the new API rate limits.