Articles tagged with: ScholarOne

July 10, 2017 | Tom Murden Electronic Editorial Systems Coordinator

Introducing the new user interface from ScholarOne Manuscripts

From the 10th July, ScholarOne Manuscripts (S1M) will be rolling out their new release – v4.21. The sole feature of this release is centred around the new User interface (UI) that reviewers will use. We are keen to provide our editors with some insight into this new element of your S1M sites before you see the change across the system:

S1M has described this improvement as ‘new and cleaner’.…
July 5, 2016 | Anna Walton, Editorial Systems Coordinator

Release news – ScholarOne 4.19

There has recently been a new ScholarOne release which has updated the look of the ScholarOne home page and menu, as well as the author dashboard and submission interface.
June 6, 2016 | Gareth Meager Editorial Systems Manager

DMARC email sending policy and how this affects your journal

Changes to email ‘from’ addresses in peer review systems

The peer review systems widely used at Taylor & Francis - both Editorial Manager and ScholarOne Manuscripts – typically operate by sending emails and alerts from the system as if sent by a named user, where the from address and the details do not match. This is known as ‘spoofing’. In legitimate use, spoofing acts as a good way to send emails from within an organization’s server (in this case the peer review systems) but appear to the outside world to be from another person. The ‘from’ address may appear as “” even though the actual domain of the sending server is something else, such as “”. This is the core of DMARC policy, and email providers are now checking to make sure these two domains (the ‘from’ address and the sending server) match so that spammers are not able to ‘spoof’ genuine email as a means to appear more trustworthy.
October 7, 2015 | Siobhan Aldridge Editorial Systems Coordinator

New author submission interface for ScholarOne

Taylor & Francis are pleased to announce that this October we will be upgrading all of our ScholarOne sites with a new, streamlined author submission interface. This new interface has been extensively tested in beta testing by Taylor & Francis’ Electronic Editorial Systems team, and has been welcomed as an update to the current user interface. Read on to find out more.
October 16, 2014 | Neil Carr Editor of the Annals of Leisure Research

What I wish I’d known when I first started editing a journal

You need to know the questions you need to ask

Sometime in 2012 a call for a new editor of the Annals of Leisure Research went out and a nice individual who shall remain anonymous (you know who you are!) suggested I stick my name forward. Well, the rest is history; at the start of 2013, I took up the editorial reins. Do I wish I had had more knowledge when stepping into the breach? Read on to find out.