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    Jennifer Wells commented  · 

    This would be so helpful! Often our Primo search results make it look like we only have certain items at our other locations, when clicking through to the records shows that we do indeed have copies at our main location. Seems really confusing and misleading if you're not familiar with the quirk.

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    The core user record will  have a field for selecting a preferred pronoun. The options will be from a configurable drop down such as:

    • he, him, his
    • she,her,hers


    The field will  be updatable from:

    • Alma form
    • SIS
    • API
    • Primo (VE)


    The preferred pronoun will in the Manage Fulfillment Options screen.


    It will be possible to locally override this field without overriding from the SIS, like other fields allow (such as user group).

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    Jennifer Wells commented  · 

    This is a great idea, but just popping in to add that using the term "preferred" isn't so great. They're just people's pronouns. Here's an article explaining it: https://www.forbes.com/sites/ashleefowlkes/2020/02/27/why-you-should-not-say-preferred-gender-pronouns/?sh=1a7173461bd6

    While there are some people who use more than one set of pronouns, the standard is becoming that all potential pronouns are included when listed in personal information.

    Just something to be mindful of when establishing language that can creep from software into conversation.

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