We have chosen a new service provider (ZeroBounce) to help prevent potentially malicious users. This service prevents users from registering or updating their email with an email address from a temporary email provider. This service operates regardless if email verification is toggled on for a given campus.
Our 09 August web release contained quite a bit of new functionality. One item we could not fit in is the option for campus owners to control which roles can view the world subpages. Campus owners can now configure this using the role screen.
Campus owners could control the integration subpage through the role screen after the 09 August release.
The world dropdown will appear whenever a user can access one or more subpages. If a user cannot access any of the world subpages, then the user will not see the world dropdown option.
We have broken out the customization page into two subpages. The two new pages are identical and contain no new functionality. This work is the first step in an ongoing project to enhance our configuration and theme management system.
Customers can set the theme of the campus using the themes subpage:
The world customizations page controls what customizations are added in the world.
Campus owners can determine which roles can access these pages using the role screen.
Virbela did not capture the first and last names when users entered it after registering. This only occurred when a user received an invitation to the campus, and it started with our 09 August release. This is now resolved.
Customers were able to edit the organization name through the Virbela dashboard. This has caused problems, so we have decided to make this field read-only. Customers can reach out to their account manager if they want to make a change.