Subscriptions migration

Currently, CenterStage users are able to subscribe to Spaces, Folders and Files. Users receive email notifications based on the following preferences they selected when setting up their subscription:

  • As soon as updated
  • Daily
  • Weekly

In D2, a similar subscription mechanism exists, with the following preferences available:

  • Daily Digest of New Item and New Version
  • Instant Notification on New Item
  • Instant Notification on Modified Item

During migration, subscriptions to Spaces and Folders will be moved from CenterStage to D2 as follows:

In CenterStage

In D2

As soon as updated Instant Notifications on New Items
Daily Daily Digest on New Item and New Version
Weekly Daily Digest on New Item and New Version

Subscriptions to Files will be moved from CenterStage to D2 as follows:

In CenterStage

In D2

As soon as updated Instant Notifications on Modified Items
Daily Daily Digest on New Item and New Version
Weekly Daily Digest on New Item and New Version

Note:

  • File subscriptions will be functioning in D2 immediately once migrated.
  • Folder and Space subscriptions, even though they will be migrated, will not function in D2. These subscriptions will be available in a future release of D2. We will keep you updated on these developments.

Blogs and Wikis migration

Despite blogs and wikis not being available in D2, their content will be extracted and migrated into D2 in the form of Word documents. This way you can continue to access your blog and wiki content if you so desire.

Once your content has been migrated to D2, a Word document for each blog or wiki will be available as shown here:

Please note:

  • The Word documents produced for blogs and wikis will reside in the same location in D2 as in CenterStage.
  • The same owner name will be maintained.
  • The same permissions will be kept.
  • Only blogs created in 2015, 2016 and 2017 will be transformed into Word documents and migrated into D2.

Saving data table content prior to D2 migration

While existing files and documents will be automatically and securely transitioned to D2, data tables will not be available in D2.

If you wish to save your data table content and have it migrated to D2, your data table must first be exported and saved in Excel, and then re-uploaded to CenterStage. For more information on how to do this, please follow the step-by-step instructions in the Knowledge Base. Please ensure the data table content is saved prior to migration to D2.

In the meantime, we ask that you please refrain from creating any new data tables in either existing or new CenterStage spaces.

If you have any questions or require any assistance with the process of exporting your data table content, please contact us at ecmcommunication.ccs@mcgill.ca.

Blog authors are solely responsible for the content of the blogs listed in the directory. Neither the content of these blogs, nor the links to other web sites, are screened, approved, reviewed or endorsed by McGill University. The text and other material on these blogs are the opinion of the specific author and are not statements of advice, opinion, or information of McGill.