Currently when a section is loaded (e.g. timetable), if the device is online it will immediately try and load fresh data, leaving a noticeable delay until anything is shown to the user. If the device is offline and data is cached from a previous session, the cached data will immediately be shown. Most apps with offline functionality will do the update in the background AFTER showing whatever data is cached (rather than not showing anything until new data is loaded). This provides a much more responsible user experience, is it possible on campusm?3 votes
The most frequent request we receive from students is to sync timetable events to their native and Office 365 calendars.
Whilst this falls outside of the scope of the campusM platform, it is clearly a complementary service which will be of commercial benefit to Ex Libris and will ensure customers maximise ROI on their campusM investment.3 votes
Allow the sendAlert API to set an alert expiry date/time so that we can expire an alert after, say seven days or ten days and the user does not have to remove the alert themselves or end up with loads of old alerts .3 votes
Currently we have a maps/locations tile and a DisabledGo tile. I see the DisabledGo information as an extension to the locations as much of the 'initial content is the same (Categories and location names).
It would be beneficial to use the standard maps functionality and see the access information (from DisabledGo) embedded at the point of clicking on a particular location.
Currently a workaround is to use Position Actions to link to DisabledGo information in the app, but I would rather the user stayed within the same section of the app to see this information quickly.2 votes
So if the user receives a forum post notification, the content (text at least) of the forum post should be included - not just the link back to the forum2 votes
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