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Created on: 01/16/09 01:24 AM Views: 1836 Replies: 5
Friday, January 16, 2009 at 1:24 AM

Is there a way to "highlight" a page in the left column to indicate that the page has been updated since the last time a classmate logged in? Such as updates to the reunion page - do you have to click on each page to see if any updates occured? Or maybe you can label the Page with some type of symbol such as "new" or in a different color. Once you check out the page it returns to normal until further updates.

Friday, January 16, 2009 at 8:45 AM - Response #1

What constitutes "an update"? Is correcting a misspelled word an update?

Friday, January 16, 2009 at 11:21 AM - Response #2

I would think it would be adding new information, say pictures, information about the reunion, additions to the memory page.

I setup a site in eteamz for my son's Pop Warner football team and we could add a little label such as "New" or "updated" that would stay for a selected number of days.

I am noticing some classmates login daily others not so much. But it would be great to be able to login and know that certain pages have new information.

Friday, January 16, 2009 at 11:33 PM - Response #3

We'll be adding a what's new feature on the home page that will outline things like pages that have recently changed, recent forum posts, etc. Until that feature is ready many administrators have choose to add their own What's new box to the home page to outline the changes they are making.

Saturday, January 17, 2009 at 12:33 AM - Response #4

I would like the same feature with the option to indicate whether or not it is an update (i.e. not an update if it's only a grammatical or spelling correction.). For now, I've put in an always at the top "announcement" titled "Website Updates" to keep members up to date on what's happening.

Friday, January 15, 2010 at 6:40 PM - Response #5

I too was wanting to allow classmates to see when a page was updated - primarily for our reunion in May 2010.
I THINK I read all of the related posts.
MY work-around was to change the name of the page, which includes the date:
"Reunion update Jan15"
When I make my next update, I will change the date.
If anyone has an easier way, OR, there is a way that classmates can sign up to be notified when I make a substantial change [something maybe an administrator can click on, and not something as simple as a spelling correction resulting in notifying everyone] I would like to get your ideas.

{Don't all you admin's think classcreator is the greatest?!}

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