Happy Friday and welcome to this week’s update from PREreview.org!

What’s new at PREreview?

This week we improved our analytics so that we can tell how many people, in total, are making it through the final steps of our Full PREreview workflow.

We made it easier for other sites to display information about PREreviews, as well.

We also started testing some new calls-to-action when you publish a review. Now you can tweet your review, share it on LinkedIn, or sign up for a product research interview after publishing your work.

What’s next?

Next week we’ll be advancing our design work, pulling in more preprint metadata for display on PREreview.org, and improving our text editor.

Help us help you

Join us for community events in March! We’d love to learn what you think about the site and your experiences there!

During our March community calls, we’ll ask for feedback about recent UX/UI changes. We’ll also invite feedback, questions, and suggestions about improving our Rapid PREreview feature.

Click on a link below to register for a call.

If you’d rather give feedback in a small-group or 1:1 setting, you can sign up for a 30-minute interview with Chad Sansing, Product Manager at PREreview.org. If you can’t find a time that works for you, please email Chad to arrange a call. Appointments begin in March. Whenever possible, we compensate interviewees.

New information about our participatory user research sprints will be here soon. The first workshop will be facilitated twice in April. Subscribe to our newsletter for more information about the sprints. We’ll be compensating sprint participants whenever possible.

Stay connected

We’ll be back next week with the latest updates from PREreview.org.

Until then, you can find us on Mastodon (@prereview@mas.to), Twitter, and LinkedIn. Please also take a moment to subscribe to our newsletter.