I published a paper with four collaborators (another junior researcher and three supervisors) and it was agreed that the two junior researchers — who did 90% of the work between us — should be credited as joint-first authors. The other 1st author is listed 1st (alphabetically) and I am second with a footnote by our two names saying "Both authors contributed equally to the work." She is the corresponding author.
However, my Scopus profile shows me as co-author, and my colleague as first author.
Should I ask Scopus to amend their record, and will they take any notice?