Deploy Google Analytics with Tag Manager to CampusM Native Apps, Live and Dynamic Tiles.
- Improve Implementation Speed
- Custom timelines
- Version Control
- built-in triggers100 votes
To maintain a robust test strategy we need to replicate our current live enviroment onto our test environment however the only way to do that is through a manual process. If this could be automated it would be a far quicker and simpler way to keep environments aligned and up to date38 votes
Now that users have the ability to hide tiles, we would like to see analytics on what tiles users (by role) have chosen to hide. IF we find that majority of our users have hidden specific tiles then we know its not important and we can choose to eliminate them. This is important for Feed/banner type tiles where user action (clicks) is not always necessary so tracking 'clicks' will not give you full picture of users that look at these tiles.34 votes
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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.24 votes
Interesting idea and something we can look at scoping further,
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
Make "show loc" marker on campus map a different color than all other markers on the map to make it more obvious. It is hard to notice as it is.3 votes
I’ve noticed when updating Positions in the App Manager and these changes are then published the changed position then appears at the bottom of the list in the app. It appears that the positions in the app are ordered in chronological order from least to most recently updated.
it should be possible to order the list alphabetically (perhaps by default) or the order should be definable in a similar way to the way the descriptions can be.3 votes
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