The library catalog has a new feature called  My Lists . Here’s how it works…
Search the catalog – I’ll search for Baked.
I want item 4 – New Frontiers in Baking.
I can put this on hold now OR I can save it for later using My Lists.
Click  Add to My Lists .
Login to your account.
Use the drop down menu to select a list.
I’m going to  Create a new list .
Type a title and description…
… and click  Submit .
That’s all – your list has been created.
To look at my lists, I’ll click on  Patron Record .
The link to  My Lists , is under the holds link.
Just click…
… and here are the lists I’ve made.
I hope you find  My Lists  useful. If you have any questions, please contact the library.
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My Lists - Classic Catalog

  1. 1. The library catalog has a new feature called My Lists . Here’s how it works…
  2. 2. Search the catalog – I’ll search for Baked.
  3. 3. I want item 4 – New Frontiers in Baking.
  4. 4. I can put this on hold now OR I can save it for later using My Lists.
  5. 5. Click Add to My Lists .
  6. 6. Login to your account.
  7. 7. Use the drop down menu to select a list.
  8. 8. I’m going to Create a new list .
  9. 9. Type a title and description…
  10. 10. … and click Submit .
  11. 11. That’s all – your list has been created.
  12. 12. To look at my lists, I’ll click on Patron Record .
  13. 13. The link to My Lists , is under the holds link.
  14. 14. Just click…
  15. 15. … and here are the lists I’ve made.
  16. 16. I hope you find My Lists useful. If you have any questions, please contact the library.
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