2022-10-05 Release Notes
Welcome the following organizations as they begin their onboarding journey of discovery:
🚀 Legal Aid Society of Middle Tennessee and the Cumberlands
🚀 Lesbian and Gay Law Association Foundation of Greater New York
🚀 National Immigration Project of the National Lawyers Guild
🚀 New Jersey Consortium for Immigrant Children
🚀 Rocky Mountain Immigrant Advocacy Network
Changes and Updates
⏳ Effective for demo sites on 2022-10-06, then on live sites on 2022-10-14. ⏳
API mavens should visit the always informative API Changelog.
LS-86446: The Case Specific Questions block and the Problem Code/Special Problem Code block both get shiny new configuration options; viz: Legal Category Field Label, Legal Problem Code Field Label, and Special Legal Problem Code Field Label. You can probably guess what they let you do.
LS-88011: We received an international cable (!): "If a list view column has numbers, we should align them (including the column header) to the right. With love, your favorite Nederlander". Dutch design demand deemed desirable. Done.
LS-93231: InCert Guided Navigation now understands expressions that test Legal Problem Code and does what you hoped and dreamed it would.
LS-93543: If a Scheduled Report produced an empty crosstab or summation, the email would not be sent, along with any other reports scheduled to be sent at that time. Silence is not always golden, so we'll send a "No results" email.
LS-93561: The Address International block will now work in online intakes.
LS-93748: Make the Online Intake Transfer and Redirect to Next block play nice when it is in a Guided Navigation segment.
LS-94088: "Docket Number(s)" is now an available column to display in the Current Assignments list view (colloquially: The "My Assignments" tab on most home pages.)
LS-94136: "Show Grant for Cases", "Show Grant for Timekeeping", and "Show Grant for Outreaches" are now columns and filters on static Grant section fronts. They are available columns in the "Grant - Grants" list view for sites with a shiny dynamic Grant section front.
These nice folks apply the power of the law to protect and restore clean water and promote healthy, resilient ecosystems. It doesn't get much more fundamental than drinkable water and breathable air. We're excited to note we've been part of that work for 2 years this month.