[bksvol-discuss] Re: Comments

Thank, Melissa. That's a valuable insight into an issue related to workflow and 
coming up to speed as a volunteer.
Scott Rains
Bookshare Volunteer Coordinator, Interim
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Subject: [bksvol-discuss] Comments

While we're on the subject of comments. I should have put this in the
survey, but I didn't think of it when I was filling it out. On the books
ready for checkout, the link to the book's history and comments should
be more prominent. When I first started volunteering I didn't even
notice the link. It wasn't until I heard some people on here talking
about it that I realized I needed to start looking for a book history
link. I knew there could be comments from the submitter, but I assumed
that, since they weren't on the main page, the submitter hadn't left
any. After hearing about the book history, and that that was where the
comments were, I started looking for the link and checking out the
comments. I would imagine that there are other volunteers who are new,
or are not on this list that are the same way I was.

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Melissa Smith

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