Journals can conveniently acknowledge Reviewers for their peer review contributions by depositing review activity from EM into a researcher’s ORCID record.
Authors can easily upload a manuscript and additional files within Editorial Manager. EM’s Xtract feature automatically extracts key metadata and pre-populates fields in the system.
Data within EM can be extracted and submitted to HighWire’s Impact Vizor, which helps publishers make evidence-based decisions using citation monitoring and analysis of rejected and accepted manuscripts.
There are dozens of tables and views in EM’s reporting module. Using Joins, publications can pull a report with information across two or more data sources.
Editors may invite Authors to submit commentary that will be published along with their original (and perhaps controversial) manuscript. Special view permissions can be granted to Authors to prepare and submit commentary.
In Editorial Manager, publications decide which article types are available for authors to choose from, what submission items are associated with each, and which are required. These configuration options remain available so that updates can be made on the fly.
Reviewer reminders have been linked to responsiveness, and thus are one of the many tools journals can configure in Editorial Manager to drive continuous improvement and streamline peer review.
Publications can decide how much contact they want to have with co-authors, and whether or not they require co-author verification prior to submission. This can be configured by article type.
Recognition for reviewers is becoming increasingly critical in the scholarly publishing community. This video highlights how to create a standard report in Editorial Manager to automatically extract and send data to third party Reviewer Recognition services.
Editorial Manager empowers authors to submit all supporting materials to journals along with their manuscripts. This means that links to data stored on institutional repositories or on sites like Figshare and Dryad can be included in submission, and built right in to the PDF seen by the journal office, and ultimately, reviewers.
Journal office can now brand the author/editor and reviewer PDFs within Editorial Manager and ProduXion Manager. It only takes a few clicks to upload a relevant logo, and apply it to a cover page of a PDF, and the same is true for interior pages. Add “Confidential” or other watermarks to read across text pages,Read More
Editorial Manager’s integration with the CRediT taxonomy allows Authors to classify levels of contribution and participation for each corresponding Author on a particular manuscript.