Welcome to your monthly LifterLMS News You Can Use, March edition: #014.
- Added text domain to i18n functions that were missing the domain.
- Fixed setting roles instead of appending them when updating user, thanks @pondermatic!
- Added a “trigger” parameter to enrollment-related endpoints.
- Added llms_rest_enrollments_item_schema, llms_rest_prepare_enrollment_object_response, llms_rest_enrollment_links filter hooks.
- Fixed return when the enrollment to be deleted doesn’t exist, returns 204 instead of 404.
- Update: Added filter llms_enable_open_registration.
- Fix: Notices are printed on pages configured as a membership restriction redirect page.
- Fix: Do not apply membership restrictions on the page set as membership’s restriction redirect page.
- Fix: Added flag to print notices when landing on the redirected page.
- Fixed bug causing free access plans to not display on the frontend.
- Fix: Group invitations are now validated against the number of seats available to the group.
- Fix: Added error message output for various events performed by group admins/leaders with relation to adding seats and inviting members.
- Initial public beta release.
- Tested to LifterLMS 3.37.9 and WooCommerce 3.9.2.
- Add action hooks to handle the cases when a product/variation is deleted linked to an access plan are deleted and handle the cases when an access plan is not linked to any product/variation.
- Added logic to delete enrollments on order permanent deletion, and unenroll/enroll students on order or subscription trashing/untrashing.
- Fixed an issue that made users to be unenrolled from a course when a subscription, that was part of the same wc order of the course, was ‘cancelled’.
- Made sure that user enrollment/unenrollment related to a subscription happened only on the subscription status changes and not on their parent order status changes.
- Use gmdate() in favor of date() for timestamps recorded to logs.
- Added privacy exported group descriptions. Thanks @garretthyder!
- Added filters llms_user_enrollment_allowed_post_types & llms_user_enrollment_status_allowed_post_types which allow 3rd parties to enroll users into additional post types via core enrollment methods.
- Added option for admin settings fields to show an asterisk for required fields.
- Added option for integration plugins can now add automatically generated “Settings” link to the plugins screen.
- Bugfix: Fixed an IE compatibility issue related to usage of Object.assign().
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