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Start with unread

I noticed if I click on a journal with unread articles, I start in the latest table of content, which is often not where unread articles are. These are often in "Articles in Press" and I suggest to be brought to that section.

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    Thomas GutjahrThomas Gutjahr shared this idea  ·   ·  Admin →

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      • lisa.rose-wileslisa.rose-wiles commented  · 

        I assume this would only be for folks who sign in to their account?

      • Anonymous commented  · 

        I support this comment. Many researchers wish to view and get full-text for "Articles in Print".

      • Thank you for the suggestion! This might be a user-selectable feature we could consider in the future, so I want to keep this suggestion under consideration, but as a default we will stay with the "current issue". The reason for this is rooted in the way that publishers display their journals which - with rare exception - usually defaults to the current issue with a separate option to see "articles in press" or whatever the publisher-specific term for those types of articles may be. Depending on a user's workflow a "full issue" to look at is often preferred over the "latest and greatest" while other users of course are after exactly that - the LATEST papers! But because publishers prefer the current full issue as the "current" one, we will by default continue to link to the same for now.

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