We’re excited to be rolling out some new features to our early users in the next couple of weeks:
- Manage your feeds, better. It’ll be easier (and hopefully more fun) to find the best feeds for you – and of course better feeds then create better articles in your stream and Sosido Notes digest. You’ll be able to filter out the feeds which aren’t relevant to you, view feed details (description of articles, how many posts per week) and even see the feeds that are the most popular with CBMTG members.
- Add publications to your profiles. We’ve added a section for listing your publications, and other resources authored by you, to your profiles. To get you started, we’ll be adding to your profile your most recent articles from PubMed (and Sosido will add new ones as they’re indexed). Then we encourage you to add others – your abstracts, presentations, and other resources you’ve authored.
- Follow the work of your CBMTG colleagues. Beginning in July, you’ll be able to follow the work of your colleagues in CBMTG. For example, if you were following Giovanna Cameron or her colleagues, Sosido would make sure you knew about their recent publication in Cytotherapy. And if you were following Dr. Messner, Dr. Lipton or their CBMTG colleagues, you’d have been the first to hear about their new publication in BBMT. (Congratulations!)
- Recommend articles. When you see that interesting new article on your Sosido stream, you’ll soon be able to recommend it to others.
We’ll let you know as each of these new features goes live, so you can go in and play around. We can’t wait to hear what you think.