Thank you for the suggestion – we are working on a feature that will allow a library to configure this for their users if they wish to do so!
One idea to add onto this: indicate which journals are
a) subscribed or
b) Open Access
For non-subscribed, pay-walled articles, allow users to request a copy from their preferred document delivery service (library or external)
170 votesunder review · AdminJohn @ Third Iron Support (President, Third Iron Library Technologies) responded
Thanks for your comment! This is something we have been considering so thank you for showing your interest in this as well.
When introducing Browzine, many users ask me how they can search. So searching within Browzine is one of the most-missed features: search within a journals's TOC, search within my saved articles, search for keywords, search for authors, etc. etc.
4 journals on one shelf looks like a total waste of space. Incidentally, Browzine's own library doesn't know such a restriction. This could also be a user choice for the preferences.
Yes, that would be very helpful. In addition to PMIDs, whenever available, also include DOIs. Not all journals, e.g. Chemistry journals, are indexed in Pubmed. Main thing a unique ID is associated as part of the article meta information. This makes ordering, finding articles in other databases, even adding to some of the bibliographic software so much easier.
Good news! We agreed this is a valuable feature and one we are working on!