My Science Signaling

"My Science Signaling" allows you to customize the Science Signaling to suit your individual needs. Some of the features are free (Table of Contents Alerts and CiteTrack Alerts) and some require a paid individual subscription or registration with access through an institutional site license to Science Signaling (My Folders and My Saved Searches).

Note that we are currently working on the interface for the Folders and Saved Searches, so those features are not functioning in the newly designed website. We anticipate these features will be functional again soon.

The various tools available to you are

My Folders takes you to an electronic filing cabinet. This feature allows you to sort resources at Science Signaling into folders that you create. Folders allow you to quickly access to information that is organized according your personal preferences. This feature requires an individual subscription or registration with access through an institutional site license.
My Alerts takes you to an online form where you can choose to sign up to receive weekly Table of Contents alerts for Science Signaling by e-mail. You can also receive CiteTrack Alerts, which are alert messages based on information of your choosing that notify you when new resources that meets your designated criteria are added to the Science Signaling site. This feature is completely free, just use your e-mail address.
My Saved Searches takes you to a location where any searches that you have chosen to save can be executed, deleted, or the saved search's criteria can be viewed. To save a search, click the "Save this search" link from the left tool bar after you have performed a search. This feature requires an individual subscription or registration with access through an institutional site license.

You can also get additional help with these personalization features:

For information about subscriptions or free registration, please visit the Access Options page.

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