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  1. Google Analytics

    Deploy Google Analytics with Tag Manager to CampusM Native Apps, Live and Dynamic Tiles.
    - Improve Implementation Speed
    - Flexibility
    - Custom timelines
    - Version Control
    - built-in triggers

    88 votes
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  2. "intro to app" for web page

    Currently users on both the ios and android native app has the ability to "view intro to app" but we would like this functionality to be extended to those that use desktop computer (ie: access campusm thru web browser)

    10 votes
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  3. The timetable app should send a push notification 10 min before a lecture

    If someone does not want to add lecture events to their personal calendar, or for some reason unable to do so. The app should be able to send out a notification that a lecture will start in X min, with it should be the lecture name ID and location.

    18 votes
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  4. Add option of using OAuth as an authentication method

    We would like to see the introduction of OAuth as a method of authentication for the Portal and mobile apps in addition to SAML and LDAPS.

    OAuth provides a method for users to grant third-party access to their resources without sharing their passwords. It also provides a way to grant limited access (in scope, duration, etc.).

    OAuth also offers direct handling of non-website services. OAuth has built-in support for desktop applications, mobile devices, set-top boxes, and of course websites.

    We believe it may offer a solution to our issue of having to run both SAML authentication for our portal/desktop site…

    30 votes
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