The new tool to quickly input advancement data, Internet Advancement 2.0 (previously known as Scoutbook Lite), is now live. This free solution replaces the previous Internet Advancement platform, which was retired on June 10, 2019 (for all programs except Exploring). Internet Advancement 2.0 will feature a clean, new user interface and will be optimized to whatever device you use: desktop, tablet or smartphone. It will offer optimized functions for everything found in the current Internet Advancement platform and can be accessed by Unit Key 3 users, Unit Key 3 delegate users and Unit Advancement Chairs. These users will access Internet Advancement 2.0 via one of the following locations using their my.Scouting.org login:
2) The Legacy Tools menu in my.Scouting.org
3) A link in Scoutbook.com
After initial release, the BSA IT team will continue to add additional features on a regular basis. Updates and new features will be communicated with the field as they are delivered.
For a peek at the differences and what the new Internet Advancement can do click here!
Questions? Visit help.scoutbook.com for answers to commonly asked questions.
LDS Units: Due to a programming bug, no LDS unit can report advancement data through Internet Advancement 2.0. As of Tuesday morning, June 11, the BSA Help Desk reports that the issue has been identified and a fix is in process.