Social media – login and share with new CJO functionality
As more and more of you are using social media to communicate and share your reading, we’ve upgraded Cambridge Journals Online (CJO) with new social media functionality. These new features will enable you to login and share more easily.
To help reduce the number of logins you have to remember, we’ve introduced new functionality which enables you to sign in to CJO using your Facebook, Twitter or Google accounts. If you’re already logged into one of these networks, you can now immediately access CJO and begin to share or like pages.
You can use your social login to access your existing CJO account, or if you’re a new user, to create a new account. You’ll find all the login options at the top right hand corner of any CJO page.
New social share bar
Sharing of articles between peers is increasingly seen as an indicator of an article’s impact and relevance. While we’ve had links for social sharing on selected pages for some time, we’ve now launched prominent new social sharing bars (see image above) on virtually all CJO pages, from full text PDF articles, right through to journal homepages and the CJO homepage at journals.cambridge.org
The new share bars enable you to easily share abstracts, articles, offers and information, using a far greater selection of networks and tools than previously available, including email, Facebook, Twitter, Baidu, Google+ and Mendeley.
This is just the beginning
We’re continuing to gather information and ideas for further developments relating to social media, sharing and interaction.
If you have any suggestions or comments that could help us to make further improvements, we’d love to hear from you. You can leave a comment below, or contact us via the ‘Feedback on Website’ form on the CJO ‘Contact Us’ page.