All of our databases can be found at https://titleixforall.knack.com/databases. Please share the link with your contacts and disregard your old links.
And I promise the link won’t change again. Why on earth did we do this? Several reasons.
- The databases can now “talk” to each other in ways they couldn’t before. This will allow us to expand the databases – and connect advocates and professionals – in innovative ways that were previously unworkable. It will also make our work more efficient because we will no longer have to reinvent the wheel when building out certain back-end structures; we can simply link up to what exists in another database.
- Previously, a user account would only work for that one database. Consequently, if someone wanted to access the Lawsuits and the Events databases, they would have to create two user accounts and remember two passwords. Just think if they wanted to access all the databases! Asking people to remember multiple usernames and passwords to log in to databases that all come from Title IX For All is burdensome and unnecessary.
- Users will be able to see our other databases, including others they may not have seen before. Did you know we had an Events database, the world’s largest scholarships database for college men, and a burgeoning research database on boys’ education needs?
All this has been done with sub-menus that eliminate any otherwise unnecessary clutter, as you can see in the example below:
I apologize for any inconvenience this may cause. Given the long-term nature of this project, however, I am certain it is for the best.
Let me know if you have any issues!
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