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    2 comments  ·  Alma » Other  ·  Admin →
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    Emily Croft commented  · 

    I often need to run a job or two after loading POL. For example, I load spreadsheets of bib, item, & POL without vendors and other details. Then I evaluate and place orders later.

    And sometimes I just need to review what I've just loaded.

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    Emily Croft commented  · 

    I agree with Phoebe. Also a checkbox for manually overriding the accrual options per invoice. So it defaults to the standard math according to settings, but we can adjust it- either by percentage or amount.

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    Emily Croft commented  · 

    I would also like the option to notify users at a different point than "when the item arrives in the receiving department." That is the last thing I want my patrons knowing; I am happy to notify them when it becomes *available*, but they don't need to know how bad my backlog is. Thanks.

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