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My Queue
My Queue

2. My Queue

If you'd like to see the status of your submissions currently in any stage of production or publication, select "Submissions" from the left sidebar and then "My Queue" from the left sidebartop menu bar. This will show you the various submissions with which you have associated tasks. From the "My Assigned" box on this page, you will be able to access your submissions with active tasks that need completing. The submissions will appear regardless of the stage of submission, only moving to the Archives tab once they are formally published in an issue.

The top of the "My Assigned" box allows you to search for articles via keywords by selecting the upper-right corner "Filters" button. The "New Submission" button next to that will send you to through the new submission process as though you are a submitting author. 

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3. Unassigned

The next tab in the top menu bar, "Unassigned", holds a box with an identical layout to your queue. The submissions listed here, however, are missing editorial guidance. As journal manager, you will need to assign these submission editors so that they can then assign reviewers, copyeditors, and layout/production specialists. These unassigned submissions do not always show up as Tasks, so it is important to check this tab regularly. 

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4. All Active

The third tab in the top menu bar, "All Active", lists every active submission your journal is currently processing, regardless of task status. Like the previous boxes, you can access each submission's dashboard and editorial history by selecting the blue arrow to the left right of the submission title and colored status button. 

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Archives
Archives

5. Archives

The last tab in the top menu bar is "Archives", which lists every submission published or rejected by your journal. Like the previous boxes, you can access each submission's dashboard and editorial history by selecting the blue arrow to the left of the submission title and colored status button. You should still be able to edit content that is published or rejected as long as it is not deleted. 

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