These Deployment Notes contain a summary of the changes made to the Echo360 platform for the June 14-15, 2022 production deployments. For changes made in previous deployments, see the other Release/Deployment Notes articles located here in the online resource center, or contact email@example.com.
New and Improved!
Increased Security for Email Changes
To ensure the highest levels of security protocols, if you change your email address associated with your Echo360 account, you will no longer be able to authenticate on the main log in page of Echo360 by using a previous email. To log in, you will need to utilize the most updated email that is registered with your Echo360 account.
Enhanced Zoom Integration Management for Admins
To provide you with greater ability to control your Zoom integration, we’ve added the ability for Echo360 admins to remove a Zoom configuration from your Echo360 tenant without first needing to uninstall the Echo360 app for Zoom from your Zoom account.
Updated Echo360 Building Block for Blackboard Learn
We’ve released version 1.0.14 of our Blackboard Learn building block which enables more robust search capabilities to our API gateway, allowing us to find data for users who are using our LTI Easy Embed feature.
Reminder of Upcoming API Report Deprecations
Reminding users that Version 1 of both the Polling by User Report and the Question & Answer report are scheduled to be deprecated as of June 30, 2022. This was announced in previous deployment notes, and the online documentation contains callouts to this effect.
For information on using the newer versions of these reports, see:
Bug Fixes and Other Improvements
- Updated Mobile Support. Australian customers may now seamlessly register mobile numbers with their account in Echo360. The largest mobile carriers such as Telstra are supported in this expansion.
- Password data now has increased encryption during login to provide increased security.
- Ability to purchase human captioning within Echo360 through Rev integration.
- Global beta for Browser-based capture.