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Add additional bookcases to My Bookshelf

64 seems an arbitrarily low number of journals to track--I'd like to be able to keep tabs on more.

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  • Anonymous commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    Please remove this “artificial” library limit to four shelves. I find it to be the most limiting factor for using the app. 64 journals is extremely limiting for a multidisciplinary researcher. This needs to be limitless or at least one order of magnitude higher number.

    Love the app but this is causing me a major headache every time I want to use it seriously. Again, I am saying this as someone that finds the app really valuable and WANTS to use it more. This limit defeats the purpose. The whole point of a "digital library" is to not have these limitations. Also, the space in the page can be used better as there is a lot of unused space in each shelf.

  • Anson commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    How on earth are you guys actually keeping up on that many journals? What field are you in??

  • Tom Lahey commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    Am a new user, looking at the FAQ for the first time, seeing someone with shelves full, need to know what the specific limits are, and also these should be published. The last thing I want is to spend time on this platform and then realize it will not work for me. Any help on posting the limits would be greatly appreciated

  • Joseph Ayers commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    Where is the edit button to rearrange the bookshelves. Why not an alphabetized list of journals and not so much white space?

  • Anonymous commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    I am a subject librarian for Engineering, and am responsible for 8 Engineering disciplines within the School of Engineering. I would like to create a bookshelf for key journals in each discipline.

  • craigb.rn commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    I agree. As a clinical educator with nursing, medical and physician assistant students, I have to keep current in many specialty areas as well as my personal reading.

    Understand the number can't be unlimited, but would be nice to have more. Or maybe not on bookshelves but in a favorites list.

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