Expired announcements/highlights/etc. don't display on the website, so they're is no need to track down and correct accessibility issues in that content. Including them in the accessibility report makes it difficult to discern what issues actually need attention.6 votes
Thanks Sergio – this recommendation makes total sense. We try to note a wide variety of “events” and communicate them to Ally, but this one may be a little unusual in that passing a date line may be a little more “passive.” I’ll explore with our development team and see what the potential for this is. If there is an urgent need to drop these items from the report making them inactive may do it (but I know that’s likely a lot of manual work) – Rich
Please make an option in the drop down menu of the calendar to go to the previous year instead of hitting the back button until you get there. This would be helpful for teachers who want to quickly see events that happened the previous year in their classes and who might want to post the same or similar event again. Thanks.7 votes
Thanks for your reply. After taking a second look, you are correct – the drop down only includes the current and upcoming years. We’ll explore this
Create an easy way to tell if there are subscribers to a particular page. Then, if you see that there are, you can create the report for more details.1 vote
Allow visitors to register or sign in using a Google or Facebook account.3 votes
Once an annoucement expires, it should automatically convert to an 'Inactive' status. Why do you need a warning sign for an expired annoucements when you deliberately set that expiration date to start with when it was posted?
Also, it would be helpful if you could either sort sort by the 'status' or expiration date.
Finally, a "Show Only Active" announcements button would help to quickly see what is showing up on the page now.9 votes
Announcements will continue to say expired. We’re evaluating sorting/filtering options.
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