BrowZine, the current awareness service you can use on the web or mobile device to monitor new articles from your favorite scholarly journals, just got better.
The “Saved Articles” feature in the Android/iOS app has been renamed “My Articles,” and you can now sync those articles between the app and your account on Browzine.com. Imagine you’re scanning articles on your phone and find one you want to read, but you don’t want to read it on your phone. Now you can mark it for My Articles, which syncs up to your BrowZine web account for you to read on your laptop or desktop.
- On BrowZine Web, you’ll get options for each article: read full text (of course), export the citation to EndNote/Zotero/Mendeley, and add to My Articles.
- On the app, you can still tap the yellow bookshelf icon next to the article title, or open the article and select Save to My Articles. And you will need to update the app to the latest version to see the changes.
- You can now create “collections” to organize your articles into groups.
- If you already have saved articles, they will migrate into My Articles, under “General Collection.” If your articles don’t appear or you can’t open them, you might need to create a new collection and add your articles to it.
The Library has licensed BrowZine on a trial basis, through June 2018. If you have any feedback or questions about setting up or using it, please contact Teri Vogel (firstname.lastname@example.org). We also have a guide with more information.