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Enter date arrived

Discover how to enter the date arrived for an e-product before receiving the item and how to modify the date arrived for an item in WorldShare Acquisitions.

You can enter the date arrived for an e-product before receiving the item. This allows you to:

  • Track the amount of time between when an item arrives at your library and when it is added to your collection
  • Find the original Date Arrived for an item or items upon request by patron or staff requestor

Enter the date arrived for an e-product

  1. From the left navigation, click Receive and Invoice.
  2. Select a processing type from the Processing Type drop-down list.
  3. Click View Items.
  4. Click the Search Text form field and then press <Enter>.
  5. Click the gear button (Gear button) to display the Show Columns pop-up window.
  6. Select Date Arrived to add the Date Arrived column and then click anywhere out of the pop-up window to close it.
  7. Click the Set Date in the Date Arrived column.
  8. From the Set Date Arrived dialog, enter the date arrived for the item.
     Note: You can enter the date arrived manually or by using the calendar button.
  9. Click Save. The Set Date link will be replaced with the date arrived you entered.

Modify the date arrived for an item

  1. From the left navigation, click Receive and Invoice.
  2. Select a processing type from the Processing Type drop-down list.
  3. Click View Items.
  4. Click the Search Text form field and then press <Enter>.
  5. Click the gear button (Gear button) to display the Show Columns pop-up window.
  6. Select Date Arrived to add the Date Arrived column and then click anywhere out of the pop-up window to close it.
  7. Click the Set Date in the Date Arrived column.
  8. From the Set Date Arrived dialog, update the date arrived for the item.
     Note: You can enter the date arrived manually or by using the calendar button.
  9. Click Save. The Set Date link will be replaced with the date arrived you entered.

 

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