Thank you for this suggestion. we would like to get more feedback if to add this warning only when unpin bulk of records and not for a single record.
I would like the warning message when deleting one or more record or records.
Thank you for submitting this idea, we are currently reviewing it and we would greatly appreciate if you could provide us with more examples and use cases to show the need in secondary sort.
Hi Nili and all,
following are 2 use cases we experience at Haifa University Primo:
searching for items on the subject of 'molecular biology'
will supposedly display the results list according to relevancy (the default sort option). However all results contain this subject heading (e.g. 'molecular biology') thus all are of same relevance to this search strategy. Limiting the results list with the year facet still does not sort them according to year thus allowing for secondary sort options would help.
Searching for items authored by 'Agnon Shmuel Yosef' (the Nobel Prize laureate in literature)
will supposedly display the results list according to relevancy. However all results contain this author, thus all are of same relevance according to this search strategy. Allowing secondary sort options such as by title would help.
Shelly, University of Haifa Library
oops, referring to the Primo New UI
Thank you for your comment, however these configurations do not pertain to our need.
We have one central library with various locations with distinct loan periods. We would like to be able (as stated in the Ideas suggestion) to configure the order of the holdings (not the items) according to loan period (and if possible to have a second sort order according to availability, but this seems presumptuous :)).
I did see your suggestion and our Ideas do seem to overlap. It would be great to have the flexibility for each library to configure this based on the specific library needs (A-Z, loan period, etc').
Perhaps it would be possible to consolidate these Ideas, thus increasing our chances. If this is acceptable, I will ask Exlibris and update you. Please don’t hesitate to mail me in person: firstname.lastname@example.org