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Events Calendar Tips and Tricks

September 27, 2016

We hope the following tips and tricks will be helpful to you as you work with the calendar.

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Directory Update, Search, HTML5 Video, Resources

September 8, 2016

Progress on new Department Directory development, search status, HTML5 <video> autoplay issue, "Can I Use" resource, and a recommended podcast about responsive web design.

Categories, Presentation Types, Homecoming Microsite, and more

August 31, 2016

A few updates about the Events Calendar to kick off the 2016 school year.​

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Student Experience Stories, Campus Climate, Best of the U

Originally sent to the Communications Collaborative (C2) Group
August 31, 2016

We want to amplify your stories! Send us your stories about your students' experiences at the U, opinion pieces for the Campus Climate website, and examples of the best the U has to offer.

Multiple Prices or Ticket Types, Categories and Presentation Types

August 18, 2016

In this post we talk about the issues the calendar is having with multiple prices or ticket types and introduce categories and presentation types.

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Search Status

August 15, 2016

Search is moving forward...right after we solve a little sort issue.

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Driven Marketing Campaign to Launch September 26

August 8, 2016

We're excited to announce that the new marketing campaign, "Driven," will launch on September 26 in TV, online, and on campus.

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D2D Campaign, Research Ethics, News and PR

Originally sent to the Communications Collaborative (C2) Group
July 25, 2016

Find out how you can be involved in the Driven campaign, how we're measuring the campaign, learn about the research ethics communications campaign, and some news and PR resource links.

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SMC Links to Events Calendar

July 21, 2016

Some people have reported issues with links sent in SMC messages that break when going to their events in the TC Events Calendar.

Request for Personas, Desktop v Mobile, Homesite Usability

July 21, 2016

With our recent usability studies, we've gained some insight into how prospective students use Twin Cities websites. We're looking at our mobile v desktop stats and wondering what yours are, too. And we have some homesite recommendations from usability.

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