Welcome to this week’s update from PREreview.org.

What’s new at PREreview?

This week at PREreview, we:

  • Added a set of clearer, more helpful error messages when publishing a PREreview doesn’t work.
  • Made sure that you don’t have to reenter your PREreview if you run into one of those errors and have to publish again.
  • Tidied up behind-the-scenes following the launch of our new homepage late last month.
  • Started prototyping a new version of the Rapid PREreview workflow.

What’s next?

In the next few weeks, we’ll be building and testing our overhauled Rapid PREreview workflow. We’ll also be reviewing feedback from our June design sprints about profile and group features on PREreview.org. Our work on an improved request-a-review workflow ought to begin shortly, as well.

Let us know what you think

Thank you to everyone who participated in our June community design sprints!

For those of you who could not attend, you can still share your feedback on PREreview.org with us through a user research interview. Click here to sign up for a chat 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. Whenever possible, we compensate interviewees.

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