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CenterStage Wiki Survey

A short survey was sent out to all CenterStage wiki users on Feb 22nd, 2017. The purpose of the survey is to help us find the best wiki solution once CenterStage has been decommissioned. Wikis will not be available in D2 and alternative options are being investigated. Please click here if you missed the email and wish to fill out the survey.

Look and Feel Sessions – Discovering D2

Surprised girl looking through binoculars black and whiteOn January 26st & 31st, and February 9th & 15th, the ECM team organized a series of “Look & Feel sessions” for Space Coordinators. By attending, you had the opportunity to discover the preliminary version of the new D2 tool and give us your feedback.

Session content

The D2 look & feel sessions were purely informational (no hands on) and designed to familiarize you with the interface and functionality of the new solution.

These short, one hour sessions were divided into 2 parts:

  1.  The first half included a demonstration of the following key features:
    • D2 roles
    • Login
    • Basic navigation
    • Space navigation
    • User settings
    • How to add/remove widgets
    • Folders
    • Files
    • Searching
  2. The second half was reserved for questions.

Call for QA testing volunteers

During the sessions, it was mentioned that testing in the QA environment will begin in the early spring. For anyone who wishes to volunteer to help with this endeavor, please email us at ecmcommunication.ccs@mcgill.ca.

Thanks to all who attended the D2 look and feel sessions, as well as for your questions, feedback and enthusiasm!

Welcome to the ECM Blog!

il_340x270.469264029_msjrWelcome to the ECM (Enterprise Content Management) Blog, where we’ll be sharing information about the D2 project. This is where you’ll find everything you need to know about the transition from CenterStage to D2, including details on important dates, key features, implementation progress, migration schedules and training. This space will be updated on a biweekly basis, so don’t hesitate to come back to it often. Also, please feel free to comment and post any feedback or questions you may have. To receive notifications whenever a new item is posted, click on Subscribe to the ECM Blog RSS feed on the upper right-hand side of this page and follow the instructions.

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