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I am using OJS version 2.0 and am quite frusterated handling the list of registered users and here are some of the reasons for this:
1. In OJS Version 2.0 , I am unable to see the field "Affiliation" in the registered users list although I want to add that field for better understanding of user profile. It is very annoying to click individual users to know their credentials. Is there any way out?
2. In OJS 2.0, there is no way I can organise the list of registered users as per the date of their registration or according to different fields. This feature was pretty handy for me in organizing the list in version 1.0. Now, I can only see the number of my registered user growing, but cannot find who joined recently.
If you have any solution for my problem, kindly forward them to me as soon as possible. The Journal help system does not have any answer to the same.
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1. The Affiliation field can be added to the user list via templates/manager/people/enrollment.tpl;
2. We expect to add more sorting options in a future release, although this is not a critical priority. In the meantime, consider adding the date registered as an additional column as per point 1, or making it a global sort order (classes/security/RoleDAO.inc.php).
Because of severely limited space in the listing tables, it's been necessary to limit columns as much as possible.
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