PubMed’s newly designed interface will become the default view for all users beginning on May 18, 2020.
The functionality is similar to what you’re used to, including Clinical Queries, Advanced Search, Saved Search, Search History, Single Citation Matcher, and the ability to sign into your MyNCBI account. In addition, any previously saved searches or alerts you have set up will continue to work in the new interface.
- Improved mobile user experience – including linking to full-text articles
- Improved search – powered by machine-learning algorithm that sorts results by relevance
- Additional output features, including a cite option that displays citations in a style of your choice and a share option for sharing articles with others via Facebook, Twitter, or permanent link.
The New PubMed User Guide and Frequently Asked Questions address many common questions. Change can be hard and website updates can be disorienting! Please contact the Eccles Library with questions or to ask for help in navigating the new PubMed. We’re happy to schedule personal or group consultations or instruction sessions so you can get the most out of searching new PubMed!