We’re back again with the newest PREreview.org update!

What’s new at PREreview?

This week we launched our brand new ORCID integration and multiple-authors feature on PREreview.org!

All PREreviewers now have the option of allowing PREreview, as a trusted organization, to automatically list your public preprint review activity to the Peer Review section of your ORCID profile. (However, we will never connect or export your pseudonymous review activity in this way.)

We’ve also added a new multiple-authors workflow for your collaborative reviews. When you publish a PREreview, you’ll now be able to share with us the email addresses of co-authors who contributed to the work. After that, we’ll take care of the rest. We’ll reach out to each author listed and ask if they’d prefer to use their public or pseudonymous profile on the PREreview.

You can learn more about the new features  here.

We recently added support for TechRxiv and optimized a few backend testing processes, too.

What’s next?

We’re shifting our attention towards recommendations and search. Over the next few weeks we’ll be improving how requests and new PREreviews appear on our community Slack, adding more helper text about finding preprints to our website, and exploring new search options for finding relevant reviews on PREreview.org.

Let us know what you think

If you’d ever like to share your feedback about PREreview.org with us, you can schedule a user research interview with Product Manager Chad Sansing. Click here to sign up for a chat at your convenience to let us know how PREreview.org works best for you. If you can’t find an available appointment time that fits your schedule, please email Chad to arrange a call. Whenever possible, we compensate interviewees.

The #community-feedback channel of our community Slack is always open for your feedback, as well.

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