We've added some new features this month to improve your experience. We've also resolved a number of bugs both in the admin console as well as the mobile app.

  1. URL change from coral communities to console.skoolbag.com.au

  2. Enabling “Allow replies” when creating posts via mobile

  3. Enabling form fields document attachments for admin


URL change from coral communities to console.skoolbag.com.au

The new web address (URL) for Coral console has changed to console.skoolbag.com.au (from https://coralcommunities.com).

This change will not impact admins. If admins use the previous web address they will be automatically redirected to console.skoolbag.com.au

Enabling “Allow replies” when creating posts via mobile

Step 1: Navigate to the mobile app "post creation" mode

Log into the SkoolBag mobile app as an admin. Then click on the blue circle with an image of a white pencil, which appears on the bottom right-hand corner of your home screen to "Compose an entry" (create a new post).

Step 2: Locate "Allow replies"

In the post creation screen enable the "Allow replies" toggle button.

Step 3: Set up email receiver

By default logged in admins email will be selected as the reply receiver. However, this can be updated by selecting the "X" and searching for the required email recipient.

Step 4 Publishing post

Once the post is set to go live, user can click "Post" to publish it.

Enabling form fields document attachments for admin

Step 1: Navigate to Forms page

Navigate to "Forms" page in console

Step 2: Select document form field

From the form field type selecting dropdown select "Document" option

Step 3: Adding files

Add a title for the document. And, the user can either add files by clicking "click to select from computer" or via drop down.

Accepted file type : PNG, JPEG, PDF, DOC(X), PPT(X), XLS(x) or TXT files.

Accepted file size : 20MB

Note:

  • User can add multiple Document Form fields. However, user cannot attach multiple documents in to a Document Form field.

  • User can leave the "document title" field empty, however in webview and mobile there will be no default displayed above the file. As a best practice it is good to add a document title.

Important: If a document field is added, it is mandatory to upload a file in order to save the form.

Step 4: Publish Form

Once the Form is ready to go live, user can click save. Then parents can access Forms with attachments via mobile or webview.

Note: With this implementation users will be able to edit Forms created in the past that included attachments.

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