Welcome to the Version 10 Support Site!
Your one-stop reference for all functionality in OU Campus v10.
To get the most out of the site, click here for a guide on how to navigate it easily.
The newest version of OU Campus is 10.4.1.1,
released on June 17, 2016.
For the most recent release notes, go to Release Notes in the Help menu in OU Campus or
visit the OCN. For important information about version 10.4, including information about upgrading
your implementation's SSM and XSLs, visit our version 10.4 FAQ page.
OU Campus for Mobile help can be found here:
New Feature Spotlight: Enable Publish Button
With the release of version 10.4.1, a new enhancement has been added to Final Check. Now, administrators can choose whether pages can be published if Final Check returns
errors. If enforced, the Publish and Schedule buttons are disabled until the errors have been corrected.
If configured, level 9 and 10 administrators will be able to bypass this restriction
and publish the page even with errors present.
For information on how to configure this setting, visit the Publish Settings page.
We are pleased to present our free monthly training classes on OU Campus™ topics of interest. These classes are held the last Tuesday of every month and are
open to all OmniUpdate customers (administrators and users). These 45- to 60-minute
long sessions cover both new and existing OU Campus features and close with a Q&A
Our next Training Tuesday event will take place on June 28, 2016 at 11:00 AM PDT.
We'll be talking all about reports!
We record all of our Training Tuesdays so they can be watched and downloaded at your
convenience. Our latest recording can be viewed on our Vimeo channel, fully closed-captioned:
Training Tuesday - Access and Workflow in Depth
All past Training Tuesday recordings can be found on this page:
Suggestions for topics for upcoming Training Tuesday events can be posted on the OmniUpdate
Community Network (OCN) forum:
Suggest a New Training Tuesday Topic
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