Version 3.8 (Halle)
Keeping Your Community Engaged Just Got a Lot Easier!
Allow us to introduce you to Halle. Our newest version of CMNTY Platform (3.8). As we say “hello” to Halle, we say “goodbye” to our legacy admin interface. And start this new year off with some great strides forward. Here are a few new features you’ll want to know about. Keeping your community engaged, motivated and happy just got a whole lot easier!
Set Gamification Triggers
Gamification triggers can now be set in the new admin section. Award points and badges, or set rules to award points or badges automatically.
Community managers have always been able to freeze a member or ask CMNTY support to delete them. With the release of Halle. Community managers can now remove users from their platform in one of two ways. They can either delete a user profile while maintaining all of that user’s content contributions (which become anonymized). Or they can delete the user along with all of their content contributions. You decide!
Setup Triggers for Dynamic User Groups
Dynamic User Groups (DUGs) can now be set up from within the new admin as well. You will find DUG options in your user group overview. Where you can select triggers and even connect them if necessary to create multi-part rules. There are even more possibilities for managing your people community!
Over the coming months, we will be adding new question types to our Questionnaire Module product. As you know, you can already use drop-down menus (single and multiple answers are supported). And: text areas/boxes, sliders, scales, matrixes, checkboxes and radio buttons. With the release of Halle, you can now use a few more:
At the moment we’re working hard on improving the Questionnaire module. In addition to this, we are also working on other great new features. Which will timely be available!
– Questionnaire logic will be available for all question types
– Two new languages: Turkish & Arabic
– More sorting and searching capabilities for Social Community Managers
We are excited about your engagement community and hope you feel so too!
Want to know what we have learned along the way of community management? This article might be interesting!