Workday Finance Tips and Tricks

Use this collection of tips and tricks to help you more efficiently use the Workday system.

Content Management System (CMS)

What is Cascade?
Hannon Hill Cascade Server is the official web content management system for the University of Miami. Cascade is accessible though web browser and offers simplified site management to site owners.
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Training

When are CMS Training Sessions Offered?
Cascade Server “Basic” Trainings are held every second and fourth Wednesday of the month, on the Gables campus.
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25Live

Who Can Submit Event Information to the 'Canes Calendar?

Only individuals with a valid, current 'Cane ID can submit event information for consideration to the calendar. The 'Canes Calendar only publicizes UM events and will not publish events by or for third parties. Event requests are considered on a case-by-case basis. The decision to approve/deny a listing request is the responsibility of the Division of University Communications and its designees/calendar managers. Approved listings get displayed and published in the 'Canes Calendar. This approval process can take two to three business days.

- Academic Scheduling contact ocm@miami.edu

- Clinical Research Building Conference Room Requests contact crbscheduleit@med.miami.edu

- Web Calendar Requests contact webmaster@miami.edu and/or update@miami.edu (for Medical events)

The software behind 25Live handles a large collection of events and can push event listings to many different places. The 'Canes Calendar only publishes some of the listings that are appropriate for the 'Canes Calendar views. When submitting an event, event requestors can suggest that their event be included in other venues associated with 25Live that are outside of the 'Canes Calendar. Some of these include e-Veritas (UM's faculty staff newsletter) and the UM mobile app, among others. 

Individuals who submit events will see a "Publish Options" field where they can describe and request additional promotional venues outside of the 'Canes Calendar.

What information is required?

Certain information is required in all listings. Failure to include appropriate event information is grounds for event request removal or denial. All event listings must include: title, date/time, location, contact information.

Where and How Events May Be Published?

The 'Canes Calendar only accepts submissions via authenticated log-in. Click here for a demonstration of how to submit an event request. Only individuals with a 'Cane ID may submit an item to the 'Canes Calendar for consideration.

Once a person logs into the 'Canes Calendar system, the event submission and editing form is accessible. It contains a "Publish Options" box with options to determine whether an item should be considered for public promotion. If selected, personnel from the Division of University Communications, in collaboration with University calendar administrators from various parts of the University, will filter an event submissions based on the nature of the event, the audiences served, and the calendars that exist (among and various other criteria).

If the "Promote to the Public" option is selected by the event requestor, featured events and the sorting of event listings on various calendars and feeds may be chosen at the discretion of the calendar administrator, associated moderators, and staff at the Division of University Communications for inclusion on the University home page and other related web properties. This includes, but is not limited to related websites, mobile devices, social networks, syndicated feeds such as RSS/XML, and other mechanisms. If the requestor provides particular details in the "Publish Options" comments field, the event will be published accordingly (i.e. "Please publish on the faculty calendar only, but not on the student life calendar.").