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The easiest way to connect with other researchers is to follow them. Following someone means you will see updates about their publications and contributions on Scipedia. Follow researchers whose work you're interested in to expand your network and create exposure for your own research. To follow a researcher, go to their profile and click the 'Follow' button that appears next to their name.

One way to make sure that your publications gain maximum exposure among your peers is by inviting your colleagues and co-authors to join you on Scipedia. This is a great way to build your network and gain reputation points. It also helps you keep up to date with what they're working on and publishing.

When your profile is updated (e.g. by adding new publications to your profile) you may be suggested to invite your co-authors and colleagues to Scipedia. By clicking 'Invite', you can choose which of your co-authors or colleagues you would like to invite. Invitations will only be sent to the selected people. Scipedia will not email your co-authors or colleagues on your behalf without your knowledge or consent.

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Scipedia offers a superior platform for collaborative edition of scientific and technical documents, including importation utilities from LaTeX or Microsoft Word, visual edition tools, comments and discussions support, etc.

Moreover, Scipedia offers different means to facilitate sharing knowledge and interchange experiences among peers all around the globe. The main way to interchange experiences with your colleagues is by creating groups. Groups provides a place for colleagues with similar interests to share content, start discussions, find answers, and establish themselves as experts in specific fields. Groups can be created and managed in the option 'My Network' of the top menu.