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    AdminItai Veltzman (Product Manager, Ex Libris) commented  · 

    The suggested conceptual solution has changed. As part of our Repository search theme of enhancing physical repository searches: title, holdings, and items we apply a new keep in context solution for actions on items. See https://knowledge.exlibrisgroup.com/Alma/Product_Materials/010Roadmap/Repository_Search_-_Enhanced_UX#Keep_in_context.

    The bib and holdings record improved workflow are already addressed in the new Metadata Editor using the always-on concept. It means the cataloger can easily switch between the MDE and the search by using hte show/hide MDE button at the bottom of the main menu.

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    AdminItai Veltzman (Product Manager, Ex Libris) commented  · 

    Hi,

    The ability to quickly switch between the repository seach and eidting of a Bib or holding is part of the MD Editor improved UX ("always on" feature).

    The ability to switch from physical item editing back to the repository search is requiring a differnet functionality.

    We are considering to add to the activity center th eability to go back to a search result with specifc creteria given for facets and other. It might also include the ability to focus on the last record selected.
    What do you think about this approuch?

    Thanks,

    Itai

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    AdminItai Veltzman (Product Manager, Ex Libris) commented  · 

    There several questions that it will be helpful to get an answer:
    * Can you indicate for which use cases it is not suitable to delete a bibliographic record?
    * What kind of information should be presented in order to make the correct decision?
    * Should it be also an option for jobs that deleted holdings?
    * Should it apply also for digital titles?
    * Do you have a periodical process of reviewing titles without inventory using the advance search option of Physical Titles Has inventory = No?

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    AdminItai Veltzman (Product Manager, Ex Libris) commented  · 

    On behalf of the Product management team we would like to understand the need and use cases of the following 'Planned' feature (which it's need was raised by a specific library) - any comment is welcome.

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    AdminItai Veltzman (Product Manager, Ex Libris) commented  · 

    This new feature can be add after the new UI metadata editor is released.

    We are considering it as part of 2020 roadmap.
    I will update once it is closed. We will also add it to our roadmap.

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    AdminItai Veltzman (Product Manager, Ex Libris) commented  · 

    Due to security needs we can't increase the timeout period.
    It is possible to consider adding warning message enough time before expiration that will enable you to reset the timeout counting

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    Dear all,

    I believe we now understand the requirement better: To be able to paste a block of text in MARC 21 format, and have Alma parse it and populate the MARC tags, indicators and subfields accordingly.

    This is a larger development, but we hope to be able to add a solution for it to our future roadmap.

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    AdminItai Veltzman (Product Manager, Ex Libris) commented  · 

    Today it is possible to copy multiple fields in the Alma Metadata Editor.
    All possible actions can be found in the online help:

    "Copy (Ctrl+C) Copies the selected text - To copy multiple fields simultaneously, press Ctrl and select all the fields to be copied."

    https://knowledge.exlibrisgroup.com/Alma/Product_Documentation/010Alma_Online_Help_(English)/040Resource_Management/040Metadata_Management/020Navigating_the_MD_Editor_Page

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    Changing the existing re-sequencing task would impact all libraries, whether interested in this change or not - but we will look into adding a new re-sequencing task that will handle all fields, so libraries will have a choice on which re-sequencing behavior they want to apply.

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    AdminItai Veltzman (Product Manager, Ex Libris) commented  · 

    First we would like to make sure we understand the use case.
    See our attached document in which we reproduce the workflow we believe you describe .
    Is you main issue that when a record is open in the metadata editor with several 5XX , 6XX or 7XX fields they must be in numerical order so that a cataloger can quickly find specific fields?
    If this is not the case then where exactly does it bother you that the fields within each 5XX , 6XX or 7XX group are not in numerical order?

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