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Scopus released new interface on February 1

on Thu, 02/13/2014 - 12:24

The Scopus 10thanniversary release went live on February 1. The primary goal of the redesign was to optimize core workflows. This means effort was made to minimize the number of steps a researcher needs to take to accomplish a given task. Specifically, we focused on streamlining our interface to support the most common use cases.


For a detailed review of the changes, please view the video or read the full release notes (PDF).


Some highlights include:


  • Easier Export:  When selecting the export option, a pop-out screen appears that clearly indicates the primary reference managers such as Endnote and Mendeley, using logos. After a user exports once, settings are saved enabling them to complete their next export with one-click.
  • New Direct Export to Mendeley:  Enabling direct export to through the Mendeley Web importer from the Scopus interface
  • Redesigned Author and Affiliation Profiles:  The author profiles have changed substantially and now have a ‘CV-style’ design that allows for easier scanning of information such as h-index, documents and citations.

Learn more about updates to Export here and about updates to Author and Affiliation profiles here.


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Release Date: 
February 1 2014