DrexelOne mobile app has no access to Drexel Streams, Qualtrics, software/hardware discounts, employee benefit pages, or editable employee
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DrexelOne mobile app has no access to Drexel Streams, Qualtrics, software/hardware discounts, employee benefit pages, or editable employee leave/time reports. On the desktop website, much of this is under campus and community or the employee tab. Without this, the mobile app isn't much use to me. Even offering links to these webpages in the mobile app would be helpful if I didn't have to login again to them. Uninstalling soon. I'm on Android 7.1.2 Google Pixel XL phone using Chrome mobile browser.1 vote
On iOS 10, when swiping left at the home screen, you're able to see your widgets. I would like to be able to see today's classes on the Widget screen.3 votes
Currently to reserve any study room on campus (e.g. the library, GHall, etc.), students must go to an online website to complete the reservation. This becomes an inconvenience and a tedium to the students trying to do this. I suggest that a feature be added to make this easier for students. I also suggest a schedule of already reserved rooms be added to allow students the ease of selecting an available time slot. Ive noticed this issue has been brought up several times with no resolution having taken place. I think making these changes will help the Drexel student body and hope they are taken into consideration.
Currently to reserve any study room on campus (e.g. the library, GHall, etc.), students must go to an online website to complete the reservation. This becomes an inconvenience and a tedium to the students trying to do this. I suggest that a feature be added to make this easier for students. I also suggest a schedule of already reserved rooms be added to allow students the ease of selecting an available time slot. Ive noticed this issue has been brought up several times with no resolution having taken place. I think making these changes will help the Drexel student body…10 votes
There isn’t a central room reservation system used across the university, but we agree that this would be helpful. We’ll raise the issue to see if gets any traction.
Find a way to use NFC so that instead of carrying around your dragon card you only need your phone. It's like Apple Pay with you're dragonca
Use the app as your card, get into buildings and use dragon dollars all without having to bring your card.9 votes
We think that this will happen, but not for a while. There are a few issues with this today.
Apple doesn’t let third party apps use the iPhone’s NFC function for access control or other forms of payment. Drexel would need to license additional “building access control” functionality, replace many of the readers at our doors (which pre-date NFC), and replace out “stored value” payment system.
Until iPhones can be part of a solution we’d be spending a lot of money without delivering the broad improvement that we all want.
We do think that this will happen eventually and are looking forward to it.
It "view recent transaction" feature for the dining dollars and the meal swipes balance only allows you to view the previous day. There are no options to view any further back. At a minimum, the ability to see all transactions within the current meal swipe period (each week after a refresh of swipes and before the next refresh) would be beneficial.3 votes
This is a good idea. Given the change from Sodexo to Aramark, we want to wait a while before we make new connections to ensure that the effort isn’t wasted if any of the underlying systems are going to be changed.
Would be fantastic if you could add your welcome week schedule to your iPhone calendar the same way you add your class schedule to your iPhone calendar!1 vote
Either more like the iPhone one or like Google's materials style6 votes
Students are often on the go. Granted that they would have a log of what CRNs they needed, it would be an awesome feature to add/drop via the app.16 votes
We agree, but we can’t deliver this inside D1M just yet. However, a new version of the Banner registration software is set to be installed in the spring/summer timeframe. It is supposedly much better looking, more usable, and built with responsive design to work well on phones.
Might be too much of an issue to update and keep current, but it would be helpful to have that information integrated into the app.1 vote
We are looking in to this for both academic advisors and coop counselors. We won’t have anything quick, as we need to wait for their new scheduling app to get installed before we expand DrexelOne to reach it. We’ll update this idea again when we know more.
Add a feature for the iPhone app. in the DrexelOne app, when selecting schedule > course - selecting the course name should show the ISBN / name of book needed.5 votes
We’ve wanted to do this for a few years now. Unfortunately, Barnes and Noble provide only a web page designed for computer browsers (i.e., not mobile-optimized). we’ll keep an eye on what they offer and add this if the data becomes available.
under the restaurants, include all that sell dragon dollars and specify the payment options under the appropriate section instead of only restaurants that sell dining dollara9 votes
Filtering merchants by accepted payment types is already a feature of the iPhone and Windows Phone versions of DrexelOne Mobile 3. The Android version has some filtering, but not by payment type. We’ll add this to our list.
thr app allows you to save inividual classes to you devices native calander however I don't want to go though and do this for all my classes, a way to sync all my calander events between drexel one and my phones built in calander would be great3 votes
Well, we’ve looked into this and discovered that the iPhone app does all classes at once, the Android app lets you control it per class, and the Windows Phone app lets you control it per class meeting.
Thanks for bringing this to our attention. It’s amazing how many little things can diverge on something as seemingly simple as “schedule reminders.”
The dev team is going to meet about this to develop a consistent approach across all of the platforms within the limitations that the mobile operating systems may impose upon us.
After students have chosen classes for the next term, DrexelOne mobile should be able to display tentative class and schedule information for the next term. Any changes can be applied on an hourly cycle.13 votes
The new DrexelOne 3.0 for iPhone has now joined the Windows Phone version in showing schedules for future terms (once the Registrar completes the registration work for the term, of course).
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