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   - A form will open with the following fields to fill out:   - A form will open with the following fields to fill out:
      * Owner (Choose your library system or branch. This controls which staff members will see the alert.)      * Owner (Choose your library system or branch. This controls which staff members will see the alert.)
-Active (Check) +     ​* ​Active (Check) 
-Match All Fields (Check) +     * Match All Fields (Check) 
-Alert Message (Enter the message you wish to display to staff members.) +     * Alert Message (Enter the message you wish to display to staff members.) 
-Street (1) (Consider using wildcards - see below.) +     * Street (1) (Consider using wildcards - see below.) 
-Street (2) (Consider using wildcards - see below.) +     * Street (2) (Consider using wildcards - see below.) 
-City +     * City 
-County +     * County 
-State (Consider using wildcards - see below.) +     * State (Consider using wildcards - see below.) 
-Country +     * Country 
-Postal Code (Consider using wildcards - see below.) +     * Postal Code (Consider using wildcards - see below.) 
-Billing Address (Check) +     * Billing Address (Check) 
-Mailing Address (Check)+     * Mailing Address (Check)
  
-  +**How to use wildcards:**
- +
-How to use wildcards:+
  
 You may use a dot-asterisk (.*) as a wildcard to accommodate slight variations in addresses. For example "123 W.* Smith St.*" will generate an alert whether the patron'​s address is entered as "123 West Smith Street"​ or as "123 West Smith Str." or as "123 W. Smith St." You may add wildcards in the Postal Code field to adjust for the various four-number codes that are added. For example, "​30236.*"​ will accommodate "​30236"​ and "​30236-1234."​ If you use "​G.*"​ it will accommodate both "​GA"​ and "​Georgia."​ You may use a dot-asterisk (.*) as a wildcard to accommodate slight variations in addresses. For example "123 W.* Smith St.*" will generate an alert whether the patron'​s address is entered as "123 West Smith Street"​ or as "123 West Smith Str." or as "123 W. Smith St." You may add wildcards in the Postal Code field to adjust for the various four-number codes that are added. For example, "​30236.*"​ will accommodate "​30236"​ and "​30236-1234."​ If you use "​G.*"​ it will accommodate both "​GA"​ and "​Georgia."​
  
-How to edit or delete an address on the alert list:+**How to edit or delete an address on the alert list:**
  
 Double-click on any address in the list in order to edit it. If you wish to delete an address, select the checkbox next to the address and then click the "​Delete Selected"​ button. Double-click on any address in the list in order to edit it. If you wish to delete an address, select the checkbox next to the address and then click the "​Delete Selected"​ button.
admin/settings/address_alerts.txt · Last modified: 2019/03/19 17:11 by tmccanna