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New Into portal to be released on Monday, 12 March

The release date of the new Into has been postponed to Monday, 12 March.

Into, the Aalto official student portal, has been undergoing a redesign process since last autumn based on student feedback and the results of the student service design project.

The biggest changes compared to the old version:

  • Into's visual appearance will all change
  • information is organised by programme, not school
  • the content has been pared down and clarified
  • a mobile version of Into is being released

The expansion of content will continue during the spring. We will collect feedback from students to improve Into further. 

The old Into contents will continue to be available alongside the new Into until the end of the spring term.

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