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Aspen Weekly: Menu Links 2.0
A few months ago we published an Aspen Weekly on the menu link feature in Aspen Discovery but we are returning to the topic again this week for menu links 2.0. Since the previous edition was published, we have added additional features to make menu links even more useful and applicable to your library needs. Read this week's Aspen Weekly to learn more about these enhancements!
Aspen Weekly: Holds and Grouped Works
Have you ever wondered how Aspen Discovery decides which edition to place a hold on? With Grouped Works, all of the editions, and therefore all of the bibliographic records, are grouped together into one search result with the option to place a hold on different formats. So, if patrons aren’t asked to choose which edition they want, how does Aspen decide which edition is best? We answer these questions in this week's Aspen Weekly!
Aspen Weekly: eCommerce
Even though we're ecstatic that so many libraries are going fine free, we know that libraries still need an easy to use and modern way to collect money from patrons. In this week's Aspen Weekly, we are discussing the ecommerce integrations currently available in Aspen, how to set those up, and what the patron experience is like.
Aspen Weekly: HTML Editor
As of 21.12.00, Aspen Discovery has an upgraded HTML editor! We’ve made the switch to TinyMCE, an open source editor with a lot of great functionality. In this week's Aspen Weekly, we go over some tips and tricks for using the HTML editor to create custom pages and placards in Aspen.