Site Update: Events, Newsgram, and Page Tools

Organization event pages have been updated based on feedback, the Newsgram navigation has been fixed, and page tools have been added to more places.

December 21, 2010 | 2 min reading time

This article is 10 years old. It was published on December 21, 2010.

Organization Event Pages

Several organizations pointed out that their event pages only showed events from their departments, not their related boards. We could see this being an issue for many different organizations, so we've changed the way it works.

Now each department's event page will have an Event Filter Widget on it. This element allows departments to show events from one or many organizations, and also show specific event types.

Each department should go to their news folder and fill out the Event Filter Widget element.

How to use the Event Filter Widget

Newsgram Navigation

There was some confusion when some Newsgram articles were not showing up in the navigation. This should be fixed now, so keep the employee news coming!

Page Tools

Based on feedback, we've added the page tools (Share & Print) to the service pages and the news pages. Let us know if its missing anywhere else!

-Ben

  • Contact Information:
    Benjamin Durnell
    Web Development Specialist
  • Department:
    Community Information Network
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