Title Research Like A Winner
•Improvement: If you use Title Research, and often have many, many sections to Finalize, you'll now see all those sections in alphabetical order, which is generally considered a useful way to organize lists.
•Improvement: This request comes directly from you, and we love it. Several schools need Coordinators to approve an adoption before the store can begin sourcing course materials. The best way to help them was to add a Coordinator Seal of Approval to Title Research. If a Coordinator has Approved a section's adoptions, you'll see a green check mark by that section. If they haven't, no check mark. This way, if you need to have Coordinator approval you can seek out those check marks, and if you don't, you won't miss them.
This works retroactively, by the way, so anything a Coordinator has approved will have that check mark.
Things that aren't Title Research
•Improvement: Punctuate your life with purpose, and your searches with...punctuation. If you've ever wanted to adopt "A Writer's Reference," "M:Marketing," or "!@#$!%: A Memoir," and Hero's adoption search was tripping you up, trip no longer. The adoption search will now comfortably support punctuation.
•Bug Fix: The last Control Date in your Control Dates page was not behaving as expected. Hero has a wonderful toggle that allows your store to display its pricing (in accordance with HEOA), even if you aren't ready to open up your inventory to sales. That toggle wasn't saving; now it is. If you'd like to play with it head to Control Dates today!