Next to FEEDS, click the plus sign to Create a new feed. Enter a term into the search box. It can be a scientific concept, researcher, or journal. As you search, a drop-down list of Concepts, Researchers, and Journals related to your term will appear and you can click to add any of these terms to your feed. (If you do not find your term in the drop-down list, add it to your feed by pressing enter or clicking Text Match at the bottom of the list.) You may then add additional terms to make you feed more specific using the Boolean operators AND and NOT. You may also add additional groups of terms to further refine your feed’s design. Each additional group acts like the Boolean operator OR.
Next, you will be prompted to name your feed. In the text box, type a name for your feed, then click Create Feed. Your new feed will load. Now you can start browsing the papers in your new feed or add additional terms to refine it. For more information on editing feeds and how the Boolean operators work, please see How do I edit a feed?