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[grouper-users] REMINDER: Vote on enhancements to the Grouper UI

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  • From: Michael Girgis <>
  • To: "<>" <>
  • Subject: [grouper-users] REMINDER: Vote on enhancements to the Grouper UI
  • Date: Wed, 7 Nov 2012 22:04:12 +0000
  • Accept-language: en-US

Sorry, I obviously had a typo in the URL for the uservoice forum. Here's the
correct URL:

On Nov 7, 2012, at 3:46 PM, Michael Girgis wrote:

> Hi everyone.
> Don't forget to go to http://grouper.uservoice.come and vote on the
> features you most want to see in the new Grouper v2.2 UI. Also, please feel
> free to forward this message to any users in your institution or workplace.
> The more feedback we can get, the better! Voting will close this Friday at
> 5pm CST.
> Thanks!
> =======================================
> Hello Grouper Users.
> As part of the Grouper v2.2 release, we are completely redesigning the
> Grouper UI. We have already received a lot of feedback from the user
> community regarding the UI, but we would like to give you one more
> opportunity to suggest and vote on enhancements and new features.
> Please take a few minutes to visit our UserVoice forum:
> At this site, you can:
> * Vote on your favorite enhancements
> * Suggest new ideas for how we can improve the Grouper interface (which
> other users can then vote on)
> * Comment on suggested enhancements
> You will be required to either create a UserVoice account, or sign in with
> a Google or Facebook account. Once you sign in, you will be allotted ten
> votes which you can divvy up between your favorite enhancements. You are
> allowed to assign up to three votes per enhancement.
> Voting will close at 5pm CST on 11/9. As the UI redesign progresses, look
> for additional opportunities to participate in remote user testing and
> evaluations of UI mockups and wireframes. Your feedback during this process
> is invaluable!
> Thanks,
> Michael Girgis
> University of Chicago

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