23 votesLily K. commented
We have TotalCare and do not have access to the PBO, but TotalCare was able to adjust our configurations so that the "Available in the Library" also includes items that have been loaned out.
Our "Available in the Library" shows all of our physical items and will indicate in the status whether or not the item is currently available in the library or has already been checked out. This way, our students are still able to see what is available to them and place holds on items that are checked out.
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.Lily K. commented
A student needs to find relevant articles within the last 5 years only. Currently, if Primo sorts by Relevancy, results can be from any year and any resource type. To get what student wants, student needs to: 1) browse for the year themselves or do an extra step to change the date range in the facets after the search has been done; 2) use the resource type facet to limit to articles.
Why not have these options/parameters available at the onset of the search instead of after? Having more parameters to choose from in the Advanced Search will help students focus and narrow their results so that they don't get so overwhelmed.