Through the seamless EM and Find Reviewers using Scopus integration, leverage in-depth researcher insights to identify suitable Reviewers, ensuring a streamlined, impartial, and confident selection
The user-friendly main navigation bar (“NavBar”) within Editorial Manager and ProduXion Manager provides a simple and intuitive navigation experience for all users.
Here are five recent innovations that will help Reviewers work more efficiently within Editorial Manager.
Journals can conveniently acknowledge Reviewers for their peer review contributions by depositing review activity from EM into a researcher’s ORCID record.
Reviewers can easily submit their recommendation, ratings, and commentary on their assigned manuscript directly in EM via the journal’s custom Reviewer Form.
Detailed workflow guiding Reviewer candidates to respond to an invitation to peer review a manuscript in Editorial Manager. The exact workflow will vary based on journal-specific settings.
Publications using EM can configure a default number of required reviews for each type of article published by the journal. This feature helps drive useful workflow prompts.
Publications can enable automatic Reviewer number assignment to help manage and order Reviewers, and are especially critical for blinded workflows in which the number is the key identifier.
In the event an Editorial Manager or ProduXion Manager user cannot remember their account password for a specific journal site, follow these simple steps for a quick reset.
EM and PM users can easily update their account information such as username and password, contact details, ORCID ID, and journal-specified classifications to describe areas of expertise.
Within EM, Alternate Reviewers can automatically be promoted when previously invited Reviewers decline or fail to respond to their invitation in a given period, saving valuable time and improving the overall experience.