Release Notes: College Matchmaking 1/26/2022

Release Notes: College Matchmaking 1/26/2022

New and Improved:
College Matchmaking has been updated in the following ways:
  1. Match is now defined as 4/5 or 5/5 attributes match.  4/5 is defined as 'good match' and 5/5 is defined as 'best match' when communicated in the student email.
  2. Matchmaking questions have been adjusted to disallow colleges choosing multiple geographic regions where the campus exists.  Colleges with multiple campuses should choose the campus that best fits that particular fair.
  3. Matches as college leads will now be delivered after event is over to eliminate possibility of canceled colleges getting leads.
Fixed:
Small bug fixes have been applied.

Notes: 
In some cases, these changes will require colleges to answer matchmaking questions again to correct errors.

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