Released between 13:00 and 14:30 UTC
What better way to start your week than by learning something new?!
At Administrate, we strongly believe in the 'Learn One Teach One' concept.
That's why we are very excited to share with you what we learned from Christopher Pappas, the founder of eLearning Industry, in his most recent addition to our blog '8 Techniques to Identify the Root Cause of eLearning Dropouts'!
Wooh! What a week that was! Our team was hard at work with those bug fixes and a couple of really cool feature releases!
- As one of the top-voted items on our forum, 'Communication Templates' can now be deleted, as long as they are not linked to an active trigger.
- The Course field on an 'Event' now links to the 'Course Template' page to allow you to make changes to the template more quickly.
- The names of Unnamed Students are no longer converted to the name of the Booking Contact after sending a Trigger email.
- Tax is now correctly calculated upon checkout for mapped items on WordPress and WebLink.
- The Private Event Gadget on the homepage will now respect the 'Event - Restrict To Own' permission.
- Fixed issues with intermittent loading failures when selecting a Report.
- Changes made to ALL/ANY filtering options on Reports are now correctly counting as changes that can be saved.
- All Invoice PDFs will now display the descriptions of their items.
- The Delete Course Level confirmation dialogue text has been clarified in the Control Panel > Course Levels page.
- Users could select columns for display on the Event List that they did not have access to, but it would cause no results to be returned. The unavailable columns are now hidden.
- Discounts can now no longer be edited when they are linked to Sales Opportunities or Invoices. This is to prevent retrospective changes once they’ve been used.
- The REST API now returns the correct taxed value for an Invoice balance.
- The Add buttons on the Course Template page have been updated to follow Administrate Design Standards.
- The Page Not Found page has been fixed so that it now correctly displays the URL that has not been found.
And as always, we’ve also been working hard building out our GraphQL API! Click here for the latest updates.
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