Deploying Banno apps
We make sure that distributing new versions of your app is as easy as possible. For the most part, there won’t be a lot to do on your end when it’s time to send your customers the newest and coolest features available! But sometimes, new requirements come in from Google Play or the Apple App Store that require some additional configuration on your end. When those times come, we make sure to give you the full rundown on what you need to do. We’ll send you anything you need to do directly through a monthly update, but in case you lost your email, we’ve got those updates covered below.
Our engineers take the Banno Online and Banno Mobile certificate renewal process off your plate by automatically handling it. They have all required renewal dates on their calendar—starting the process two to three weeks before expiration—and it requires no action from your institution.
Overall tasks your institution manages include:
- Accepting your Apple agreements.
- Having a valid Apple developer membership.
- Delegating the correct permissions to Banno.
If there are any issues with these, an engineer will contact your institution. For Online certificate renewal questions, you can email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Update app descriptions
At any time, update the the Android description in the Play Store. The short description has an 80 character limit, and the long description has a 4,000 character limit.
Update the iOS description by opening a support case and letting us know exactly what you want in the description. We’ll update the description so that it displays in the next release. There’s a 4,000 character limit, and the first 170 characters display as the short description.