It’s a bumper edition this time, with resource lists updates from January and February. As ever, if you have any questions about the features please get in touch with the Library Learning Services team at firstname.lastname@example.org
Restore recently deleted lists
New! You can now recover your deleted lists! If you’ve accidentally deleted a list, or want to recover something you thought you’d never need again, you can do this from your ‘My Lists’ page in Leganto.
Click on the reading list options button (the three dots near the top of the screen) and select Recently Deleted.
All of your recently deleted lists will now be visible on this page. To restore a list, select reading list options, then click on Restore. It will then be visible again to your ‘My Lists’ page (in draft).
Add Notes to lists
New! There’s now an option to add notes between citations in your resource list. You can still add a public note to any individual item on the list, but this also gives you the option to add a standalone note anywhere in the list:
To add a note, click on the section options button (the three dots on the right) and select Add a note.
Fill in the details, then click Add
NB By default, your note will be added to the bottom of the section, but you can drag and drop the note to any position in the resource list (in the same way you can for citations).
Search filters added
New! Options to filter your search results by type eg book, article, audiovisual etc. are now included in the Leganto search box, which means you can narrow your search results when adding items to your list.
Add the same item to multiple lists
New! Finally, a small (but handy) update: you can now add an item to multiple resource lists using the Cite it! button. Click Add to add the citation to a selected resource list. This keeps the Cite it! window open, so you can continue adding the item to multiple resource lists. (If you only want to add the item to one resource list, click Add & Close, which adds the item to the list, then closes the Cite it! window.)