Features in Progress » Enhanced Sharing in Expo Share Expo sites with groups of Blackboard users or with any person with or without a Blackboard account.
Features in Progress » Enhanced Sharing in Expo Specify what the person can do in the site. Share an Expo site with anyone using only an email address. Email a pass to the person… or, copy the link and provide it to one or more people in some other way, such as posting it on a website.
Features in Progress » Enhanced Sharing in Expo Sharing with groups is easier and more powerful. Share with anyone, including guests, who visit the system. Share with all users with a system account. Or, select a specific group of users, such as all Alumni or all members of BIOL 101, who can access the site. Assign granular permissions to the group.
Features in Progress » Templates for Expo Sites Administrators can create site templates for Expo users. Open the template and add content and formatting to appear sites created from the template.
Features in Progress » Templates for Expo Sites When Expo users create a new site, they can create it from scratch or use a template made available by the admin. The user can search for a specific template or browse through the list. Users can preview the template before selection by clicking the template name.
Future Features » File Quotas View storage statistics for any user. Set quotas for sites and for files uploaded to sites.
Future Features » Skins for Blogs and Wikis Users choose from system skins or create their own.
Future Features » Tagging Tag anything in Campus Pack and search by tags.
Future Features » Blog Rolls Add a blog roll to any blog in Journal or Expo.
Future Features » Search Tag Clouds Search using tag clouds for most popular searches, most recent searches, and more.
Future Features » Saved Searches & Search Folders Save any course or institution-wide search. Organize saved searches and access them easily.
Future Features » Expo Sites in Courses A course Expo tool allows every course member to create and share a profile and their own blogs and wikis within the course.