We have created this portal so that the users of the Royal Society of Chemistry's journals and books platform are able to request features that will help them in their day to day lives. We will strive to build features that make the experience on our platform easier with an aim to speed up your workflows.
Please feel free to request features, see what others have requested and vote for what you would like to see us develop. We look forward to your submissions (James Stevens - product development manager for journals and books).
How to submit
Please use the following format:
As a [job role], I want [goal] so that [reason].
As a [practicing chemist], I want [to be able to download the data form tables published in articles] so that [it is easier to use the data in my own research].
PLEASE CLICK ON THE VOTE BOX TO REGISTER YOUR OWN VOTE.
If Netflix can do it for films, RSC can do it for science!
Can our website remember which article users most recently looked at and then suggest relevant content?
This could be done via email "did you finish reading this article?Download it using this link, and here are some other articles you might like to read"
or the next time the user comes to our website (or a competitor website), in the same way shops seem to remember which shoes I really want but was trying not to buy, an advert pops up - remembering what content the user was looking at last time and suggesting what other content they might like to read. That would be very helpful of us, if we did it right!