06-09-2009 09:45 AM
From time to time you have to manually update researcherID with your new publications by searching them in Web of Science.
Would it be possible to ask for a WoS-suggestion "Add these records to your ResearcherID" based on a profile search you have made before?
It could be something like a saved search alert from WoS but then into ResearchID.
01-18-2010 04:37 PM
I absolutely agree. This would be a nice feature.
It would also be quite helpful to make an automatic suggestion eMail. If a new publication appears with your name and affiliation on it,Researcher ID should send an eMail saying
"Hi, a new publication has appeared, which seems to be from you. Do you want to add it? ..."
06-10-2010 02:21 PM
Thank you for your suggestion. This is one of the most requested features we have and we are looking to add this to ResearcherID in the future.
06-10-2010 02:34 PM
And any such suggestions should be copied to the institutional administrator, if there is one. Because then I can bother them to go update their pubs.
12-08-2015 11:19 AM
Features Added in Previous Version of Web of Science
The last version of Web of Science included the following new features.
Upgraded Author Finder and integrated the function with the Distinct Author Sets function. Search for sets of records and single records that you can review and refine within the Distinct Author Sets function.
Ugraded the Distinct Author Sets function to include a Refine option that allows you to retrieve records from selected author sets by Subject Areas, Institutions, Publication Years, Countries / Territories, and Source Titles.
The Add Middle Initial feature narrows your search to authors who have both a first and middle initial.
Upgraded the Citation Report to include a total count for Citing Articles.
Integrated ResearcherID with Web of Science. Registered users can search Web of Science, view their publication list at ResearcherID.com, and log into their account.
Enhanced the Cited References page - the bibliographic results list is similar in format to the Results and Citing Articles pages.