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May 2016 Updates

30th May 16

It's officially been one year since we refreshed Orbit to its new theme. Along with that we've converted over the majority of our 'most used' modules. 

This month brings with it two new modules that have been converted into the new theme: User Management & Form Designer. The User Management module now provides a much cleaner way to manage users registered to the front end of your website. It is also much easier to manage groups as well as reset any permissions. The Form Designer is now much more user friendly to the extent that it is worth taking a look! Previously we didn't encourage clients to use this module as it was quite technical but, with the new interface, we'd encourage any client to take a look. We've hidden the technical fields to a place where only we can see it and just left all the important stuff for you. It is now very easy to create your own auto responder as well as manage the recipient(s) who receives the email. The email you receive has also had an overhaul to be much easier to read.

We had hoped to get the Image Slideshow module out but some late feedback from our beta tests caused us to play the safety game and postpone it until next month. We want to get it right rather then potentially pushing out bugs to everyone.

Here are some of the other noteworthy updates that have occurred over the last month:

User Security
New theme support with improved searching and editing of users

Support for new theme including a much easier interface for managing email recipients, auto responders, and viewing any submitted forms

String Library
Added new function to check for serialization strings

Content Management System
Improved email style template that are sent from Orbit

If you have any questions on the future road map of Orbit, or have any support questions, please feel free to send them through via the support area once logged into the CMS.

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