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Poster: tracey pooh Date: Jun 28, 2015 6:48am
Forum: forums Subject: Re: Library View Count Not Updating

every single collection page and search results page has
"this just in"
so you can remove those above for all

(use the "SORT BY" section/bar and pick "DATE ARCHIVED")

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Poster: BNRToast Date: Jun 28, 2015 10:00am
Forum: forums Subject: Re: Library View Count Not Updating

Tracey, I need to jump in here because I also have this problem.
The problem may be that Archive administrators see something different from what the average users see on the page. My collection right now in BETA does not seem to have a "This just in" link.
Please post an image of what you are viewing similar to what I am posting.
Sorry if the text is not too visible, BETA does not display text on the screen as well as the original.

Attachment: BNRFFTD_main_page_062815.jpg

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Poster: Jeff Kaplan Date: Jun 28, 2015 12:51pm
Forum: forums Subject: Re: Library View Count Not Updating

"DATE ARCHIVED" is "this just in". it lists items by date they became live.

This post was modified by Jeff Kaplan on 2015-06-28 19:51:19

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Poster: R Pal Date: Jun 28, 2015 2:50pm
Forum: forums Subject: Re: Library View Count Not Updating

Tracey and Jeff,
Your answers seem to come from an entirely different point of view of Archive site use. Even without the screen shots BNRToast asked to see it seems some Archive Community Users use the Archive one way and Admins view its uses another way. This is something we will need to get used to.

I will try to set up and upload my own useful screens to help navigate this BETA format in a manner I feel comfortable with. To the other community members I can only say good luck and hopefully we can help each other.

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Poster: tracey pooh Date: Jun 28, 2015 5:18pm
Forum: forums Subject: Re: Library View Count Not Updating

not at least in this case.
"this just in" == "DATE ARCHIVED"
it's just that simple!

still skeptical? try both types in each view (classic -v- new). 8-)

*and* with the updated website version, there's an easy click to re-sort in "old items in" first (something we don't have on classic site).