SaaS Documentation Has Moved

Documentation for Relay, Mobile Manager, and Classroom will no longer be updated on the Community Site and has moved to our Intercom Help Center. This move allows us to provide in-app documentation for our SAAS platform. SAAS documentation can now be found at help.relay.school.

Note: Longhorn/Web Filter documentation will continue to be available on the Community Site.

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Product Release Notes

Relay Classroom has been updated. Enhancements: For students on Chromebooks, the name of the teacher who initiated a lock will now display on the lock screen. An issue was fixed wherein the Away/Everyone user counts were occasionally inaccurate.

January 17, 2020

Mobile Manager has been updated. Enhancements: An issue was fixed wherein the self-service portal would occasionally get stuck on the loading animation instead of displaying applications.

What’s New on Community

Join us for a series of webinars that highlight a few of Relay’s key features and real-world applications.

January 18, 2019

We’re excited to announce that our Admin Roles feature is now available for Relay and Mobile Manager. Check out our documentation to learn more.

November 29, 2018

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