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-dasein- wrote:Can't participate but tagging out of excitement. Looking forward to release on 2/18!
It's a bit delayed...I am too much of a perfectionist. Hoping for beta in a few days and release the week after, but no later than March 3.
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jenesaislaw wrote:An update. After some problems, we're really close. My hope is to release the beta to you all on Sunday. I'll be in touch via the listserv as soon as I have more for you.
Keep doin' what it is that you do!
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jenesaislaw wrote:Hi TLS,
It's a long time coming, but we are getting ready to release a revamped LST Score Reports website in the coming weeks. The new site has a ton of great new features, including the ability to customize your own scores/rates; create custom reports; tailor your individual financial information to schools to particularize cost of attendance estimates and projected debt; share your personal reports/financials with others; and more.
I am looking for a dedicated group of people (prospective students, students, graduates, whoever) to use the new website and report bugs or problems, as well as suggest features that are essential to a new release or that would be nice to have sooner rather than later.
If you're interested in being a tester, please reply to this thread (to keep this bumped at the top) and send me a PM with your email address. I will then add you to our Google Group. This group is a mailing list -- I am pretty sure you can choose a nickname on there to keep your identity private from other users. The purpose is to allow beta testers to make their concerns/suggestions public (to the group). That whole marketplace of ideas thing.
If you have any questions, please ask.
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