A quick summary of what’s new since the previous update…
If the same reading list is being used on multiple modules, it’d be a chore to have to make changes to all of them. The “create a mirror copy” option allows you to just have one single version of the list which is then mirrored on the other modules. Any changes you make to that list (e.g. adding new items, moving sections around, etc) will automatically appear on all the others as well.
If you have more than a handful of references on a list, it will probably make sense to organise them into sections (and perhaps even subsections within sections). The sections could reflect different subject topics (e.g. AFH1005), the type of reference (e.g. AFM1906) or perhaps the chronology of the module (e.g. HHX1019).
Sections can now be easily created and manipulated (e.g. re-ordering via a simple drag-and-drop) and the references within a section and be bulk edited.