When either concurrency limits or borrow limits, or both, apply, users will receive a notification in the information screen when trying to activate a title from a subscription if either limit has been reached and the title is not currently available to borrow.

  • When a concurrency limit for a title has been reached, no further copies of this title can be borrowed until another user returns their copy or their loan period expires. A message will appear stating all copies are currently in use and asking users to check back later.
  • When the borrow limit for a subscription has been reached, users cannot activate any further titles from the subscription until a loan period expires or they return an activated title. A message will appear stating their limit has been reached, showing the number of titles already activated and providing the option to return a title to be able to activate further titles:

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  • In addition, if users have reached their borrow limit for a subscription, they can hover over a new title in the subscription’s content lane to see a ‘Borrowing limit reached’ notification informing that the title cannot be currently activated. Click View Details to open the title’s information window for further details:

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