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Spring 2024 Curedatis Updates: Intelligent Reporting, Smart Insights, and More

June 4, 2024

With Curedatis, the tedious literature review process becomes a thing of the past. We're excited to unveil platform updates that will further enhance the user experience, allowing you to accelerate your clinical evaluation and achieve better outcomes with ease.

Enhanced Intelligent Reporting for Superior Outcome

  • Search History Export to .csv

Now, with just a few clicks, users can seamlessly export their search and import history into a convenient spreadsheet format. Streamline your workflow and gain meaningful, workable data with minimal effort.

01_User GroupsCuredatis Updates: Search History Export

  • Export Citations as a .ris File

Users can now effortlessly export project references as Research Information Systems files (.ris files). This feature enables seamless reference management with Article Galaxy References, or other reference management tools.

04_Ability to Auto-import PDFsExport Citations as a .ris file​

Smart Insights for Smarter Decision-Making

  • Scite Integration for Smarter Abstract Screening

With our latest integration of the Scite badge, users can access intelligent citations (for additional details on Smart Citations, click here) and receive instant information regarding paper retractions directly within the review process. This enhances your review process with real-time insights, ensuring the reliability and accuracy of your research.

Scite Integration for Smarter Abstract Screening

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Time-Saving Updates to Boost Efficiency

  • Google Scholar Import Through Article Galaxy’s Browser Extension

Having trouble using Google Scholar for your systematic reviews? Our Article Galaxy Browser Extension makes it easy to import search results directly into Curedatis, simplifying your review process and saving you valuable time.

Curedatis Updates: Google Scholar Import​06_Increase of the Drag & Drop file size limit

Leverage Our Latest Upgrades for Your Success

We know every organization has unique needs for systematic literature reviews and clinical evaluations. Our comprehensive suite of tools can help you meet those needs and achieve success.

If you're an existing customer and want to learn more about our unique features, please contact your Account Manager directly or email our customer support team at customersupport@reprintsdesk.com. For those who haven't joined us yet, schedule a personalized demo to get all your questions answered and make regulatory decisions with confidence and ease. 

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