New integration with LibCal allows you to display high-level spaces and equipment data in your LibCal datasets. You’ll see the total number of bookings from the Spaces & Equipment that you have defined in your LibCal dataset. Similar to Events and Appointments, we’ll retrieve this number every day. You can chart them in Analyze, Cross-Dataset Analysis, and Dashboards.
One of our Springy family reported that when you hit the tab key in Mac Firefox, the focus never lands on links on the A to Z or other LibGuides pages. We investigated, and it turns out that Firefox is following a specific Mac OS setting that’s pretty easy to change. Here’s how:
LibCRM is going to provide a flexible Roles & Permissions structure to support the creation and edition of roles in the system. This ability will be available for Admin account holders.
The Admin will be able to configure a different set of permissions for each one of the roles to control the visibility of the content (profiles, interactions, projects, tasks, and emails) and the actions that each role can take in the system (creation, edition, and deletion). When creating a new account in LibCRM, Admins will have the opportunity to select a role for the new account.
The CRM team is spending time on Reports functionality to help LibCRM users find and export useful information in a seamless way.