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Release Notes (2019-02-21; v3.0.101)

Ryan Richins
  • Agilix team member
  • Updated:

A round-up of all improvements and changes to the Buzz platform in version v3.0.101 available on February 21, 2019.

Notice: Removing RSS Feed activity type

As previously announced, we deprecated the RSS Feed activity type due to lack of use and a change in Yahoo's support of it. If you view an existing RSS Feed activity, Buzz displays the following "unsupported" notice:

RSS feeds are no longer supported. Please notify the course author to remove this activity.


In this release, we:

  • Updated the Admin > Roles, Permissions, and Announcements tabs to reflect the material design updates in the Buzz UI.
  • Moved the Add button on Admin list screens from the vertical menu in the toolbar into the toolbar, itself.

Fixed issues

In this release, we:

  • Fixed a styling issue on the Activity Settings screen.Fixed an issue in the Create Objective modal where pressing Enter in a text field updated the objective's GUID.
  • Added a message to the Role creator informing admins that if they change Permissions, they can't use a predefined Role.
  • Fixed an issue in the Edit Metadata Definition modal where pressing Enter in a text field sometimes added or removed a choice value.
  • Added missing validation error messages to the New Domain modal.
  • Fixed an issue where edited content in the Announcement creation window was remaining in the window after posting the announcement.  
  • Fixed an issue where users were unable to record metadata using the Clipboard.
  • Fixed styling and text wrapping issues on the Community Dashboard.
  • Fixed some spacing issues in the Question Editor.
  • Fixed an issue where date fields were accepting incorrectly formatted data.
  • Fixed some styling and spacing issues on popup modal screens.
  • Fixed an issue where new subdomains wouldn't save default metadata.


Updates in version 2019.02.21.3621. Learn more.

  • GetPasswordPolicy: A new attribute, domainid, representing the ID of the domain the password policy was taken from. If no password policy was found on the specified domain, this lets the caller know which ancestor domain this policy was found on.

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