When completing a review, it is possible to send a message to the person who started the review. However, once sent, the content of that message is lost to the sender.
It would be useful to copy in ones own email address in on the message so that a record can be kept of the communication.4 votes
It would be good to have the option to set a filter or add an extra column in the initial list screen in Review so that you can see the OPAC link. This would allow the reviewer to view existing stock without having to open the title. This would save time where titles are in-stock and copies sufficient4 votes
We are exploring some ideas around this as part of the reviews work we are doing
The coutts oasis widget links on ISBN which limits its effectiveness for searching for later editions, it would be better if it searched on title.27 votesKeji Adedeji responded
We had some discussions with Coutts towards the end of last year about this and they need to do some work. As they are migrating to a new version of their site iPage, they advised that they would make the changes for the new site. We will need to touch base with them again to catch up on their migration and plans for implementing the requested change
Once a list review has been completed the requester is e-mailed and informed that the review is complete. However s/he cannot see the results of the review, the helpful comments and information that have been added by library staff. Could the link in the message be changed so that it takes the requester to the results of hte review, rather than to the reading list.14 votesKeji Adedeji responded
We are investigating this in the reviews theme
... (subject to copyright) for user created bookmarks. There's no telling where online reports etc get moved to, and uploading to a public dropbox and then pasting the URL seems long-winded.3 votes
We won’t be focusing on this now due to low votes in the 2012 Ideas Survey. However, we do feel that the ability to attach documents to reading lists would be useful, so its in our longer term backlog
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