We have introduced New List Edit to Talis Aspire, which is designed to improve and streamline the process of creating and editing reading lists. A number of changes have been designed to make the interface more intuitive and user-friendly, this article will outline some of the more obvious differences as well as providing links to further sources of support.
Editing within New List View
List creators and publishers can now edit directly from the list screen, so avoiding the need to publish or save changes to preview how they will appear to student users. Resources can be added, or moved to the correct position, or new sections added, all without leaving the list screen.
The action bar at the top of the list now stays fixed to the top of the screen, so that the various actions it enables are available to the user at all times. In Classic View the user needed to scroll back to the top of the page, which could be problematic when managing long lists.
It’s now possible to add items directly to a list even if they haven’t previously been bookmarked. The new Quick Add allows users to search for books and also displays their availability in your library catalogue. A more detailed explanation is available in the links below.
Use the links below to get information about the features available in New List Edit.