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Seline McNamee

Nov 13, 2017

November Release - Users and Settings Update

What's new?

We've updated Intuto with some changes to the Users and Settings pages. These changes have been made to help prepare the system for when we add more features, such as Course Collections, which are due in December.

The biggest changes can be seen on the Users page where we've introduced a 'Bulk Actions' button. This makes it easy to update multiple user accounts at a time.

Using bulk actions you can:

  • add users to a group
  • enrol users into one or more courses
  • bulk reset passwords
  • make users inactive

User-Management

Groups

On the Site Settings - Groups page, shown below, you can create groups to organise everyone that is in your Intuto site.

Groups

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Additional Updates

Performance
We've been working on fine-tuning the performance behind the scenes to help improve the performance of Intuto. You won't see anything flashy on the front, but you should see enhanced speed across the site.
Bug Fixes and Polishing
Each month we try to add new functionality and tools for our customers, but just as important is improving what we currently have. We've completed a lot of minor fixes and developments, which should improve your experience in Intuto.

Not working as expected?

As a result of the update, some of you may find that when you next login, the page doesn't load perfectly or it comes up looking blank. If this happens, just refresh your browser and it will go back to looking normal. Hard reload using Ctrl + Shift + R.

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