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|Time||Topic||Notes (these notes are not a verbatim transcription. The meeting discussion has been edited and summarized for readability)|
|Bulk Edit UX Research Results||Ryan Walter, a Senior User Experience Researcher, will review the results of the conducted research. Here is the link to Ryan's presentation.|
|Questions & Answers|
|Chat comments in chronological order|
00:04:10 Magda Zacharska: https://wiki.folio.org/display/BULKEDIT/2021-11-16+Bulk+Edit+Working+Group+Meeting+Notes
00:20:19 Erin Nettifee: Christie! Christie's awesome!
00:20:46 Leeda Adkins: +1 Erin :-)
00:25:03 Erin Nettifee: I love all of this but I've been burned by FOLIO before ;-)
00:25:28 Thomas Trutt: Agreed.. The lest do this now with a full solution late.
00:25:50 Amanda Ros (Texas A&M): is there a timeline for short and long term?
00:28:16 Jackie Magagnosc: There are functions, for example deleting item records, that wouldn't make sense for a CSV option unless there is something about this I don't understand
00:28:32 Erin Nettifee: Bulk Edit is not deletion, @jackie -
00:29:24 Erin Nettifee: we discussed that some on the slack channel earlier this week or last week i think. do you have a bulk edit tool right now that supports bulk deletion?
00:29:38 Jackie Magagnosc: Right, but it's the kind of use case I'm particularly interested in given a current local project, so I'm trying to understand
00:29:48 Jackie Magagnosc: And I don't have access to a tool
00:29:55 Erin Nettifee: Sorry Scott - that was directed towards Jackie :-)
00:30:29 Erin Nettifee: Agreed Scott --- needs to be about the type of data involved
00:31:07 Christie Thomas: Batch delete is somewhat included in the future of data import, but I have no idea when that will happen.
00:32:07 Scott Perry (he/him): I think it partially depends on the complexity and quantity
00:36:22 Scott Perry (he/him): There are already several apps in Orders and Finance that support CSV export or will soon.
00:38:40 Jennifer Eustis (she/her): brb
00:40:29 Jennifer Eustis (she/her): back
00:40:44 Erin Nettifee: POs and Devs share code and design stuff pretty frequently - but ERM is a special case because they were sort of developed on their own with separate funding
00:41:29 Erin Nettifee: We try to not re-invent stuff - what happens is that usually that means the first app to do a thing ends up defining the pattern for other apps going forward. Not always a great fit, but that's been the typical approach.
00:43:43 Scott Perry (he/him): And the need is soon which is why I think it is percolating through so many different SIGs.
00:47:44 Sara Colglazier (MHC/5C): Just also to be clear: in-app batch or bulk editing is my ultimate hope, but in the short term I cannot imagine being without any options00:48:50 Sara Colglazier (MHC/5C): And I do hear you, Erin!!
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