The ReadCube Papers Web Reader is designed to provide an accessible, simple, and enhanced viewing experience for your academic content directly from your web browser.
The guide below has been designed to walk new and veteran ReadCube Papers users through the various features available when viewing content in the Web Reader. All ReadCube Papers Web Reader features have an existing support article that go into more detail on how to use them properly.
Here you can view:
- Attached Article Supplements (where available)
- Article Figures
- Related Articles
- Full Citation List
- Export Options
In Line Citations
Hover your mouse to pull up:
- Author Information
- Inline References
- Inline Figures
Navigate to the lower right-hand corner to adjust different viewer settings:
- Zoom In and Out
- Rotate the Article Orientation
- Fit to Page
- Page Thumbnails
- Article Outline
- Find text
Easily access different commands when you right click over text:
- Right Click on highlighted plain text
- Right Click on Notes
If you have any issues with the Web Reader please contact us at ReadCube Papers Support.