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  1. UX Product
  2. UXPROD-926

Requests in-app report: Hold shelf inventory list

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    • Cate Boerema: Export Requests CSV. It has all the information and more. IMO, the calculated rank on this (82 currently) is higher than it should be.
    • Medium < 5 days
    • Medium < 5 days
    • XL < 15 days
    • Low
    • estimates based on other appreport features
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      2020-10-04 - CB: Making my PO rank same as the calculated total rank for now.
      2019-07-12: Lowering PO rank relative to current calculated rank (82) as this need seems to be fulfilled by existing Requests CSV
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      2020-10-04 - CB: Making my PO rank same as the calculated total rank for now. 2019-07-12: Lowering PO rank relative to current calculated rank (82) as this need seems to be fulfilled by existing Requests CSV
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      Purpose: Libraries that allow requests to be held for pickup will want to run a report periodically - probably daily - that lists items that should be on a hold shelf. The report must contain bib information, item call #, item barcode, etc and be able to be limited to a specific service point. The list is used to find out if anything is on the hold shelf that shouldn't be, or should be and isn't

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                cboerema Cate Boerema
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