On July 7th, 2021, Web of Science‘s new interface became the default interface for all users! The new interface had been in Beta and Preview modes since November 2020, and based on user input the new experience is faster, more intuitive, easier to use, with new functionalities and a responsive design.
Along with a large scale redesign of the interface, the new Web of Science includes two new visualization tools.
- Web of Science Author Impact Beamplots: Showcases an authors range and citation impact over time in a single visualization.
- Enriched Cited References (Beta): Available for select journals this visualization allows users to identify important citations by proximity or co-citations, as well as where in the paper the article is mentioned.
Other useful features in the new Web of Science interface are the ability to export 1,000 records at a time (previously it was 500), ability to export to RIS format from the Core Collection, and the ability to share search queries with others!
To learn more about the new interface, check out the Clarivate Blog.