Allow libraries to customize messaging that shows up for embargoed journal issues (for ILL/Link Resolver integration)
Allow libraries to customize this to more specifically address ILL or Link Resolver integrations.
Specific features to customize:
1) Messaging in orange highlighted box on TOC page
2) Messaging in interstitial window: "Your library does not have the full text of:" ... "... but we may be able to get it for you!"
3) Wording of button/link text (currently says: "Request this item and/or check additional sources"10 votes
Add email notifications when a new issue is released for a journal on your bookshelf. I Currently have to go in and check, so it would be nice if I could be prompted.
Good news! This is now on our official roadmap. Stay tuned for more updates!
To separate "Sharing" from the article title, to have some of the words stand out a bit more, and to have it look less like spam, add a colon (:) after Sharing, and enclose via BrowZine in brackets,
eg from this: Sharing A RDF-based approach to metadata crosswalk for semantic interoperability at the data element level via BrowZine
to this: Sharing: A RDF-based approach to metadata crosswalk for semantic interoperability at the data element level (via BrowZine)1 vote
Add journals from all publishers and users will only get access to what their university subscribe to. They will get a turn away otherwise.
Add journals from all publishers and users will only get access to what their university subscribe to. They will get a turn away otherwise.9 votes
Thank you for the suggestion – we are working on a feature that will allow a library to configure this for their users if they wish to do so!
A researcher may have individual subscriptions available to them and/or they are interested only in receiving TOC alerts for a title the library as a whole may not subscribe to. Provide a way to put these titles as well on My Bookshelf for easy access to these titles as well.32 votes
Good news! We agreed this is a valuable feature and one we are working on!
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