Browse group feature now available for Spotlight at Stanford exhibit creators

Browse groups in the Black @ Stanford exhibit

February 27, 2021

by Catherine A. Aster

We’re pleased to announce the availability of a new Spotlight at Stanford feature. Exhibit creators can now set up and configure browse groups for their digital exhibits. This high priority feature has been requested by Stanford Libraries staff as well as many external Spotlight stakeholders. 

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