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    Kurt Vollmerhause (QUT) supported this idea  · 
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    Kurt Vollmerhause (QUT) commented  · 

    Supported. The institutional delete user policy should be applied consistently, regardless of the method used for removal. There are often use cases in which it is inefficient to deploy the Purge Users job for only a single identified user record, or a small number of records, which might better be deleted manually. An example for our institution is the annual purge process for community cohorts such as alumni, which (from Analytics reporting) may well produce only a few candidates for removal.

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    Kurt Vollmerhause (QUT) commented  · 

    This would be a useful enhancement, especially when the sandbox (whether standard or premium) is being used extensively for testing prior to implementation of a new service/product in the production environment.

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    Kurt Vollmerhause (QUT) commented  · 

    Supported, this is a key requirement.

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    Dear Alma Community,

    I am writing to inform you of a recent change that affects the status of an enhancement you have created or supported in the Idea Exchange. 

    As part of our ongoing commitment to align our internal development processes and increase roadmap transparency with our community, some Ideas that were previously marked as “Planned” have been reassigned a status of “Accepted”.

    The “Accepted” status signifies that the Alma Product Management team recognizes the value of these Ideas and is committed to their development. However, enhancements are not expected to make it onto The Roadmap in the next year. 

    We believe that this change will ultimately benefit our user community by providing a more realistic and transparent view of Alma development. We appreciate your understanding and patience as we implement this change.


    We understand that this change may lead to disappointment or frustration, and we sincerely apologize for any

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