A Reviewer page is a public profile page created by Elsevier journal reviewers, listing all their review activities for the last five years. Reviews carried out for non-Elsevier journals can be added to this page and it can be shared on social media.
Elsevier journal review records are automatically pulled from the Elsevier's submission system (ESS) and are displayed with a green tick mark showing they are verified. Non-Elsevier journal reviews which still require verification by the journal publisher are displayed with a red pause icon until verified.
To edit your contact details please go to the Elsevier's submission system (ESS) and update your details there.
3. I have used different email addresses to review for different Elsevier journals, how can I change these details so they refer to one main email address?
You can make these changes in the Elsevier's submission system (ESS).
It's a start! We are running this as a beta project and began with approximately 40 Elsevier journals in 2014, with the view of rolling it out to all Elsevier journals within a year. By the end of 2015 we will have all Elsevier journals on the platform and you will then see all your reviews carried out for Elsevier journals.
Reviews are listed chronologically and within each year in an alphabetical order.
6. How can I claim reviews carried out for non-Elsevier journals so they appear on my public profile?
You can claim reviews for non-Elsevier journals from your My Elsevier Reviews profile page. You can request access to your My Elsevier Reviews profile page.
No, you can't directly contact other reviewers through the RRP but you can see if a reviewer has a public profile by using the seach box on the platform.
On your My Elsevier Reviews page there is the option to put yourself forward to review for an Elsevier journal. Your request will then be passed on to the journal's editor(s). My Elsevier Reviews Profile.