Use these settings and features to get the most from My Account.
- Place a hold in the library catalog to add yourself to the waiting list, or transfer items to a different Denver Public Library location. Check the status of your holds in My Account
- Receive holds notices by text or email, or phone. Set your preference in My Account
- Choose a default pick up location for your holds. Your default location is the branch where you originally registered. If this is not your preferred library choose a new location and select the “always use this pickup location” option
- Suspend your holds while on vacation. Suspended holds will continue to move up the holds list, but will not be made available to you until reactivated
There is a limit of 30 hold requests pending on your account at one time. See checkout limits for hold limits on specific materials. Items will be kept on the hold shelf for 7 days.
Courtesy Reminders for Items Nearly Due
Choose email or text notification to receive a courtesy reminder two days before an item is due, and overdue notices at 2, 10 and 30 days overdue. English and Spanish notification options are both available.
Email Notifications of Saved Searches
Get email notifications for your frequent searches. Search the catalog for what you are looking for and click on “Save Search.” Give the search a name, choose to run it weekly or monthly and you will receive an email when the library adds new items to our collection that match your search.
Opt in to save your reading history. Items will display on your Reading History upon their return. View your history by title, author, check out date, format or lending library. Delete individual titles that you don’t want to keep. You may discontinue your Reading History at any time and all records will be erased.
Print, Email and Save Lists
Add titles from your search results and email, print, or save your lists. Click on “Add to My List” to create a Working List for a single session, or sign in to My Account to save lists that you can refer to later. Manage your lists by deleting titles, or by moving items from one list to another. Students and researchers can format lists for bibliographies.
Text a Call Number
No need for pencil and paper, text a call number to yourself or a friend by clicking on the cell phone icon next to the availability information for an item.
Request Items Not Owned by DPL
If you are unable to locate the material you need in our online catalog, you may request it from another library system or the Library may choose to purchase it.