Once you've signed in to your Google account, open the , confirm the spelling of your name, enter your affiliation, interests, etc If the article checkboxes don't appear, sign in to the Google account that you used to create your profile
Head over to to get answers to all the questions regarding the h-index Voila - it's now eligible to appear in Google Scholar when someone searches for your name! How do I add missing articles? If the same article is indeed listed multiple times, you can safely accept the suggestion to delete the unmatched entry

Google Scholar

Articles can be re-sorted by title or date published by clicking on the appropriate column heading.

Google Scholar Profiles
Finally, you will see your profile
Zotero: Exporting citations from Google Scholar
We recommend that you review this list and "unmerge" the Scholar articles that no longer correspond to your article
Google Scholar, Web of Science, and Scopus: A systematic comparison of citations in 252 subject categories
Select both versions of the article and click the "Merge" button
You can link to it from your homepage, email it to colleagues, or share it on social media This can include blog posts, syllabi or anything else mentioned in a scholarly article
Once the publicly available version is included in the Google Scholar index, your public access page will be automatically updated The list is particularly helpful because it can be used to exclude false positives

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If the "Edit" button doesn't appear, sign in to the Google account that you used to create your profile.

Google Scholar Profiles
Please upload only articles that you've written and have the rights to share
Google Scholar Profiles
Since google is crawling, I believe although I am not certain , that updating other sources such as policy, government, medical repositories and other resource hubs that allow you to update fields, add links etc, without needing to upload the article, increases the external links with the article page
Highly Cited Researchers (h>100) according to their Google Scholar Citations public profiles
Select the articles you'd like to export - or check the box next to the "Title" column header to select all articles in your profile - and click the "Export" button