The WYSIWYG Editor and Long Text Question types have been updated in the Survey tool! You can now limit the maximum character length of user submissions from 1 to 1 billion characters. The character limit is optional and both question types can function without setting a maximum length.
Fun Fact of the Day: 1 Billion characters would be approximately 163,934 words or 328 single spaced pages. Roughly the same length as George Orwell's 1984.
We've noticed that several working payment surveys where users are not being taken to the payment-processing page. If this is happening to your users please double check that the payment question is mandatory. If the user does not enter anything into the question or enters zero then the response is counted as zero and the user is not asked to pay anything.
To change a payment question to mandatory go to your survey:
- Click Edit
- Find your payment question and click edit
- Underneath the question text box click the checkbox next to the text "Required"
- Click "Save Information" at the bottom of the page
Forget to post a blog? Need to post a blog tomorrow today? The web team has you covered. You can now change the publishing date of blogs on the blog tool.
Above the text box you can now click a button “Set Post Date”.
Send your posts back… to the future!
Keyboard shortcuts are incredibly helpful for work and day-to-day computing. They'll speed you through your tasks by taking the mouse out of the equation for a lot of simple actions.
Here are some basic keyboard shortcuts (in parentheses for ) that will help while using our web applications!
Select all: CTRL+A (command+A)
Copy selected: CTRL+C (command+C)
Cut selected: CTRL+X (command+X)
Paste: CTRL+V (command+V)
Undo: CTRL+Z (command+Z)
Redo: CTRL+Y (command+Y)
Find: CTRL+F (command+F)
And here are some other more general shortcuts
Save a file: CTRL+S (command+S)
Capture a screen shot: PrtScn (command+shift+3)
Capture a screen shot of a specific window: Alt+PrtScn...
Over the past few years, we at CSIT have been retiring the ucanr.org address in favor of the ucanr.edu to match with our current branding. We have recently retired the ucanr.org/repository address and this may cause older links to redirect to the Repository homepage. To update any older link simply replace the .org with an .edu in the address.