Full Fabric is a sophisticated platform that requires a modern browser. We recommend the latest version of Google Chrome. Google Chrome ensures the best performance and security and should be preferred over the alternatives.
That notwithstanding, Full Fabric also supports Mozilla Firefox, Apple Safari, Opera, and Microsoft Edge.
Most of our integrations are API-based, as we have our own fast and flexible API that can pull and push data to and from FULL FABRIC. Our API uses HTTP verbs and a RESTful endpoint structure, and our request and response payloads are formatted as JSON. You can make up to 5000 requests per hour.
Yes, and you can improve your email deliverability by giving Full Fabric permission to send emails on your behalf by complying with the Sender Policy Framework (SPF) and DomainKeys Identified Mail (DKIM) email authentication methods, and the email authentication protocol Domain-based Message Authentication, Reporting and Conformance (DMARC).
Yes, Full Fabric also provides the option for your institution to send emails from Full Fabric via your own SMTP instead of Full Fabric's email provider.
It is recommended that you set up Full Fabric to use an SMTP configured to dispatch emails from your own domain. This could be your existing SMTP server or another SMTP gateway or relay server.
Yes, you can sync them through IMAP (Internet Message Access Protocol), this sync will retrieve and display emails that you have sent and received from your own email client e.g. Outlook, in FF. The emails are displayed in the emails tab of the staff and student profiles in FF. All emails in your mailboxes will be synced so you will see emails that have already been sent. The IMAP should sync emails instantly but this will depend on your email client.
Your Full Fabric URL has two parts: a subdomain name you chose when you set up your account, followed by fullfabric.cloud (for example: school.fullfabric.cloud). This is the canonical name and will always exist.You also have the option to point other domains at the service (e.g apply.school.com or campus.school.com). In order to achieve this, you will need to create a CNAME record in the DNS zone for the desired domain.
GDPR, which some have labelled ‘the most important change in data privacy regulation in 20 years’, comes into effect as of May 25th 2018. The new legislation will mean businesses, organisations and learning institutions have to make considerable changes to the way they store EU citizens’ personal data and perform direct marketing.