Currently, a list can be published without a review being requested. Our preferred option would be for an 'automatic' review to be sent whenever a list was published for the first time, or indeed updated. Ideally, we want Aspire to force a review to library staff whenever a list is created/edited and published so that the library is aware of new list content.24 votes
This is now done, please contact support if you would like this option enabled
We delivered this into product with today’s release – see http://support.talisaspire.com/entries/20702862-aspire-release-23rd-november. Contact support if you want the new permission set up against your List Publisher role.
It would be very useful for an individual tenancy to customise an area on the Home page of Aspire - I kind of news feed area, possibly scrolling text. We could keep users informed of any down time or alert users to new developments on Aspire.
This has been introduced into the product
Where a deep-link to a location in a Tenancy is malformed and produces a 404 error (such as http://resourcelists.ntu.ac.uk/modules/snbx/lists) Aspire you not present a generic 404 dead-end but a custom 404 capture page - including navigation options and links and the ability to report the error.5 votes
This has been addressed and you should see more informative error pages and error information after Phase III of the database re-architecture is released on 18th Dec
Could you include the option to 'Remove 'Article' / 'Chapter'' in the same way we have the option to Remove ..'Is part of'.
Once you add 'Is part of' as a field, you can easily create your article or chapter title. If you change your mind and want to remove 'Is part of ..', you can, which is great, but youare left with the article title, which you can't remove.1 vote
We introduced a small improvement that addressed this in March
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