This version enhanced DOI (Digital Object Identifier) detection on research.ebsco.com, a popular academic journal aggregator. Additionally I have added a feature, which will allow you to remove an institution more easily. This helps you have more control over your experience.
This version enhances the way you can search for and select your local institution. Up to this point you had to first select if you wished so search by domain or name and then conduct a search. Now you can start typing freely to see all matching institutions: The update also enhances treatment of the […]
As you are getting ready for the new academic year, I am happy to report that Version 2023.8 is starting to roll out to a browser near you. Updates to the Open Access Badge Open Access Helper now uses a new icon, when a user is already at the Open Access copy of the article. […]
This release addresses some naughty bugs and makes your search experience better! Here are the highlights:
All Versions: This version brings improvements to the web extensions Settings screen. The screen has been redesigned to show fewer options at once and offer an overall cleaner and more modern user experience. iOS / iPadOS: Improvements to OpenAlex support within the app: Enhancements to analytics collection: When it comes to analytics, I would like […]
In addition to the changes to the Safari Extension, Open Access Helper 2022.7 bring support for openalex.org to the app. OpenAlex is a fully open catalog of the global research system. It’s named after the ancient Library of Alexandria and made by the nonprofit OurResearch. https://docs.openalex.org To activate this search provider, select Settings > OpenAlex.org […]
This version brings improved signalling of proxy domains for those users, who have selected their home institution. For this better signalling to work, a domain list needs to be available. If you are on a domain supported by your proxy, the icon will be filled – no matter the Open Access status. As of today […]
This release brings the following new language to the Web Extension. The translations were mostly done using Deepl.com and if you speak the language and want to provide corrections, I would appreciate it a ton! Italian Polish Portuguese Spanish (Thank you Norbert) Swedish This is in addition to the already supported languages of: Dutch (Thank […]
Version 2022.2 includes a few bug fixes and enhances your ability to search for shorter words. Until now there was a five character limit, which has been reduced to three characters, allowing you to quickly search for the University of Ulm or University of Hull simply by its city name.
I am very pleased to have released Version 2022.2 for iOS and iPad OS. This version includes two new features, which were inspired by Bill Neill: 1. Search History Search History will keep track of all searches you conducted within the iOS & iPad OS App. All searches will be kept for seven days, after […]