New Features! Accessible peer reviews, subcommunities, calls for papers and more
There are new features on the platform! From now on you can enjoy new functionality in our communities, such as calls for abstracts, sub-communities and access to reviews. Still not clear for us when the tech team sleeps but... Keep it up team!
- Calls: Communities now don't only allow to create calls for papers, but also calls for abstracts. As a moderator of a community, you will be able to create them from the community page.
You can specify details in your call, such as the description or scope of the call, the tracks associated with the desired papers or abstracts.
- Calendar: Now you can display future events happening within your community with the new calendar function under the community edition. Users will be able to see the events you have listed for your community from the community page.
- Subcommunities: Communities can now have subcommunities on their page, like their own community conferences and other events of interest.
Now reviews are more accessible on your article page. A list of reviews will be displayed. You can also choose to access the full view of the review from there.
Invite copy editors
Now you can invite not only other reviewers but also copyeditors to review your article. Copy editors will review the grammar and orthography of your article. To access this functionality, invite a user to review your article. There, you will find the button to invite copy editors.
Try these and more exciting features at: https://dapp.orvium.io/
That's all for now! Stay tuned to our announcements across any of the Orvium social media channels and feel free to reach us out.