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  1. ui-inventory
  2. UIIN-262

Settings. Each institution can change settings based on their needs (long term solution - not mvp)

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    • Status: Draft (View Workflow)
    • Priority: P3
    • Resolution: Unresolved
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      Purpose: In the holdings and item records we have many notes fields. The existing UX wireframes has captured these as their own elements, by 'hard coding' the existence of these fields into each and every holdings & item record. BUT since many of those notes aren't used frequently, a more flexible design would be preferably, E.g. where the type of note to be added could be chosen from a pick list and with the possibility to specify if it would be displayed to the public or not.

      Here's a link to a rudimentary design from Lynn Whittenberger: https://docs.google.com/document/d/13kXK0w45zi42W_AFKNCOFzgja-s4raagX81QRV2FEYQ/edit

      And here UX proposal from Kimie Ouyang:

      The idea with the UX wireframe is:

      • in Settings > Inventory each institution can change settings based on their needs
      • apply new action items in the settings level based on following requirements/assumptions
        • the order of notes matters, so the arrows will let user change orders
        • users might want to choose what notes are inherited from Holdings, so I add the check boxes in the Holdings level only

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                charlotte Charlotte Whitt
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