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Can I save my bibliographic search in scientific databases, such as: Scopus or Sciencedirect for loading my search later?

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  • Why can't you just enter the same search parameters at a later time?
    – Sursula
    Commented Sep 1, 2022 at 10:23
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    Googling for 'sciencedirect save search' brought up a number of places that tell you how to do it. I didn't try the same search on Scopus. On Web of Science one needs to have set up a personalized page, I presume the others are similar...
    – Jon Custer
    Commented Sep 1, 2022 at 12:39

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A response regarding Scopus (you need to have an account for that):

Conduct your search and click on "Save" (just below the text which tells you the number of results).

exemplary result page of a Scopus search query

Your saved queries will be stored in the homepage of Scopus, under the query bar, next to "Search History":

webpage of Scopus

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