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UtahFutures New Look

UtahFutures.org has a new look! We hope this new look will make UtahFutures more user-friendly and provide quicker ways to access our more popular tools. We will still have the classic version of UtahFutures available until the end of the school year for your convenience.

UtahFutures staff is committed to helping you with this transition. To stay updated with change details and resources, follow us on Twitter (@UtahFutures) or subscribe to our newsletter. If you have any questions, please e-mail us at resources@uen.org. Here are some resources to help you get started:

New Look Webinar
March 8 @ 2 pm

(Click to join on the day of the webinar; no registration required)
New Look Webinar
March 15 @ 9 am

(Click to join on the day of the webinar; no registration required)

 

 

Frequently Asked Questions:

What will the biggest changes be to UtahFutures?
There are two big changes coming to UtahFutures. The first will be a redesign of the main page that will allow for easier access to the most popular tools on UtahFutures. The second big change is our new dashboard they will see when they log in.

How has the profile page changed?
The profile page is now a dashboard; the user dashboard will include top tools for UtahFutures based on user data we’ve received. The tool will highlight once a user has used the tool.

Will I need to create a new account?
No. Your user name and password will stay the same even though the site has changed.

Can I still use the old version of UtahFutures?
Yes! We will still have the classic version of UtahFutures available till the end of the school year to ease the transition.

Will the new look change any of the tools?
No. Beside basic cosmetic updates, the tools will still look the same.

Will all the tools still be available after the new look?
Mostly. All the tools will still be available except the “Bobilator.” This tool has been removed based on user data. The rest of the tools will still be available.

Can adults still use the website?
Yes! We still have resources for adults as well as middle and high school students.