How to use DeepDyve

With the DeepDyve Digital Library you have the tools to discover, access, organize, and collaborate on articles relevant to your research needs.

Discover Find articles on DeepDyve, or on PubMed and Google Scholar using the DeepDyve Plugin.
Access Read the full-text of 30M+ free articles, and 30M+ premium articles available on the DeepDyve platform. You can also download and purchase 150M+ articles.
Organize Save every search and article view in your DeepDyve Library. Create folders to store, manage and share your literature research projects.
Collaborate Share folders and articles with colleagues. Share papers to Slack or Microsoft Teams. Annotate articles are share with your team.

Below are some links to more detailed articles that tell you how to get started with and use all the features of the DeepDyve Digital Library.

Getting started with DeepDyve

Here's how you can get started with DeepDyve right away:

1. Log in
You will get an email from DeepDyve with your login information. Log in, change your password, and (if your admin requests it) set up two-factor authentication. Click here if you have lost your password.
2. Download the plugin
Your Digital Library subscription comes with a free plugin that works with Chrome, Firefox, or Edge. It lets you search Google Scholar or PubMed and see what articles are available for reading on DeepDyve.
3. Run a search
To get started, run a basic search. You can also run an advanced search to get more precise results. This is what you'll see on your search results page.

Discovering and accessing articles with DeepDyve

  1. Levels of access in the Digital Library
  2. Overview of the article page
  3. How to purchase PDFs through DeepDyve
  4. How to print articles
  5. How to bookmark articles
  6. Finding article citation data
  7. Sharing articles with colleagues
  8. Creating and sharing annotations
  9. Viewing other recommended articles
  10. Following journals

Organizing and collaborating on articles with DeepDyve

  1. Overview of My Library
  2. Finding your search history
  3. Setting up search alerts
  4. Creating and sharing folders
  5. Tagging articles
  6. Viewing bookmarked articles
  7. Viewing recommended articles
  8. Managing your followed journals
  9. Using the Cloud Library (enterprise accounts only)

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