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August 30th, 2010

Glow Light is now live!

Andrew Brown
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 : Categories Development

glowlightThe new Glow landing page is now live! The page is designed to help with navigation of Glow through an easy to use homepage.

Initially, Glow Light will be live for users in the following local authorities:

Dumfries and Galloway
East Ayrshire
East Lothian
East Renfrewshire
Eileanan Siar
North Lanarkshire
South Ayrshire
West Dunbartonshire
West Lothian

Some local authorities have decided to turn on the new homepage at a later date, which is why it will not automatically appear for all users.

What do you thinkof it? We’d love to hear your feedback, and make improvements where we can.

December 10th, 2009

An Even Fresher Glow

Lorna Arbuckle
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 : Categories Benefits, Development, Uncategorized

I am delighted to announce that the next two improvements from the Glow Refresh project will be deployed to Glow this weekend.

The two new themes you voted for will be available from 18:00 on Sat 12 Dec. If you’d like to see a preview of what will be coming, check out the Glow Refresh Group

We’ll also be upgrading Glow Mail Storage.┬áThe amount of space given to Pupil Accounts will be increased to 20Mb, with all other accounts increased to 200Mb. The Glow Mail administration screens will be altered to allow these new mailbox sizes to be applied and also to allow the giving of more space to some users in a domain.

We do not anticipate any downtime as a result of implementing these changes, but as with any changes there is an increased risk of disruption to Glow during this period.

In addition, the Glow Mail admin screen will be unavailable from 18:00 on Fri 11 Dec until 08:00 on Mon 14 Dec.


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