#19: A new optional A collection of features or functionality that can be enabled on sites. WDS has made several optional modules available to site administrators to enable on their site. For example, the "News" module enables the News content type and provide a News List Block for displaying news on a page.
News Importer is available to import news from other websites into your own.
#635: Newly provisioned sites will get an improved search experience that provides more accurate results. Existing sites will be migrated to the new solution within a couple months.
#692: Fixed caching issue with newly created CSS injector rules not being applied.
#907: The path to administer webforms (creating, editing, deleting, viewing results) has changed from /admin/structure/webforms/* to /admin/webforms/* and additional webform management menu links have been added to the admin menu toolbar.
#910: Site admins can now control how related people appear on individual news article pages, and how related news appears on individual person pages. Access the display settings by visiting the modules page and clicking the Settings button for each of News and People modules.
#914: The text editor has been updated to allow formatting text as code.
#919: Several minor visual enhancements have been made to the layout builder page for improved usability.
The buttons to save/revert changes are now styled more prominently.
The thick blue border around the layout area has been removed.
The alignment of the "Show content preview" checkbox has been fixed.
#928: Fixed issue where the utility menu would sometimes overlap with the Princeton shield logo in a site's header.
#941: The various content list blocks (News List, Events List, etc) now allow you to specify that results must be tagged with a term from one or more vocabulary. For example, this can be used to only display news articles that have at least one "news category" specified (it doesn't matter which one), thereby excluding any news articles that are not categorized.
#965: Fixed issue where cross-listed courses were not being imported.