My manuscript has been published. Can this be reflected on my preprint?

Modified on Tue, 14 May 2024 at 12:59 PM

Congratulations on having your manuscript published! We can update the status of your preprint to reflect this and add a link to the published version on your preprint. Please note that an active DOI is required to add this link.

Once a preprint is published in a peer-reviewed venue, the preprint is updated to provide a prominent hyperlink leading to the published work. Linking preprints to publications is of utmost importance as it provides readers with the latest version of a now certified work.

We cannot duplicate the posting of the published version due to potential copyright issues, nor can we remove the preprint since it has received a DOI which makes it a citable part of the scientific record.

Please contact us with your publication link to have it added to your preprint.

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