Thủ Thuật Hướng dẫn Reviewer invited Elsevier 2022

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Asked 20th Sep, 2022

Hoda Elsayed

    Jeddah University

For how long I can wait for reviewer invited?

For how long I can wait for reviewer invited In journals?


The status “reviewer invited” implies that your manuscript has cleared the initial screening and your paper will be sent for peer review. Finding reviewers usually takes some time as reviewers are busy researchers themselves. Also, potential reviewers may decline the invitation, in which case the editor will have to begin looking for more reviewers. The reasons for declining may simply be too much workload or others, not simply disliking the paper.

Once the requisite number of reviewers has been assigned, the status will change to “under review.” You can wait for some more time to see if the status changes. I’m not too sure, but the number of reviewers probably varied, so you may simply have needed a lot of reviewers.

The time frame for review is around 3 weeks or so based on what i’ve seen based on some looking around. Then you might have a decision made, which might be a short round of reviews.

It may simply have been a month timelag in updating the listing, and simply difficulty in finding people in quantity (and probably expertise imo) to review the paper. I doubt it is an inherently bad sign, but do write to the editor, after all 7 months is a long wait. Best of luck with getting it published.

I would also check here and here.

For a math journal, after 4 weeks of submission, the status went from “with editor” to “reviewer invited”, and its been in that particular state for the past 3 months. If you have any editorial experience, I’d like to know when would this kind of state happens, and does it say anything about the manuscript content, especially why the editor is finding hard to get the reviewers accept invitation, or is it that the reviewers for the subject matter of the paper, are rare to find?

Edit : more informtion

I have enquired. The Editorial Manager assured me that the Editor is carefully following and taking good care of the review process. What I have seen in earlier communication with Editor, I have no reason to doubt his interest in the manuscript. He seemed very much interested.

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This is the second of a series of “tips & tricks” articles on making the review process easier and quicker for you. The first article looked finding and inviting suitable referees; this next instalment focuses on helping you increase your success rate when having invited reviewers.

We know that reviewers tend to be busy people and therefore a gentle reminder in the right place might prompt action. Editorial Manager (EM) offers the possibility to set automated reminders based on your preferred schedule. Most journals should have already set up automatic reminders, but in case your journal has not yet done so, please reach out to your Publisher and Journal Manager to discuss the most appropriate settings for the journal. Reminders can be set up for the reviewer invitation, and before and after the review deadline.

In addition to the automated reminders, you also have the option to send manual reminders. For this, go to “Send Reminder Letters” from your main menu under “Administrative Functions” and then select either “Reviewer Invited – No Response Report” or “Reviewer Reminder Report” from the “Reviewer Reports” section. Once you have selected the relevant report you have the option to define your search parameters and hit “submit”. The system will then display all reviews that fall within your criteria. Simply tick the box(es) next to the appropriate reviewers and click “send reminders” to send a reminder to each of these reviewers.

Tip: You can customize each reviewer reminder letter. To do this, select the option “Customize letter” on the “Send reviewer reminder email” screen, which will show you the list of reviewers. Clicking on the link to the letter for the corresponding reviewers allows you to customize each individual letter.

Setting manual reminders in EM: Once the customizations are made and saved, an asterisk will appear next to the reviewer’s name, indicating that the letter they will receive has been customized.

More information:

    How can I send reminders to reviewers in Editorial Manager?

When sending out referee invites, you will know that not all of them will respond to an invitation or will decline. EM enables you to automatically un-invite unresponsive reviewers so that the process can continue. By selecting alternate reviewers upon inviting your first set of referees, a second, alternate reviewer will automatically be invited if the original declines or is uninvited. Using this functionality keeps things moving forwards – without any additional prompting from you! Please ask your Journal Manager or Publisher to ensure the automated uninvite feature is set to the optimal value for your journal.

Tip: Editorial Manager allows you to link a specific alternate reviewer to an original reviewer so you can make sure the best fitting referee expertise is deployed.

Setting alternate reviewers and linking them to original reviewers

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We have seen that tightening up reviewer deadlines really helps expedite the review process, without resulting in dissatisfied reviewers. Your Publisher and Journal Manager will  be able to determine the optimal reviewer deadline configuration for your journal, striking the balance between a swift review process and providing adequate time for the reviewer to respond.

Tip: Review deadlines tend to vary between subject areas. Work with your Publisher and Journal Manager to identify the ideal settings for your journal and subject field.

We know that you are undoubtedly just as busy as your reviewers (if not more so!) and it may be difficult to stay on top of your journal’s tasks. To make sure you are kept up to date of any pending activities, your Journal Manager can set up a weekly reminder for you. Using color-coding, this “editor summary reminder” (which you can complement with an optional overview of all submissions) can be configured to show you a glance which folders have assignments that need attention or are behind schedule. On-schedule assignments are marked green, those requiring attention are marked amber, and those that are late are in red.

Tip: Our new data mining tools allow Journal Managers to keep a close eye on the journal and flag up any delayed manuscripts that need attention. Contact your Journal Manager if you want to know more!

Snapshot Editor Summary Reminder email, including a summary and the list of pending manuscripts for each status

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    What are Automated Editor Summary Reminders in Editorial Manager?

All journals have set a default required number of reviews – this will usually be two. Whenever this required number of reviews has been submitted, the manuscript will move to the “Submissions with Required Reviews Complete” thư mục where editors can continue to work on it. If, for any reason, the number of required reviews for a manuscript changes, please make sure to update this number, otherwise the manuscript risks the chance of lingering in an incorrect thư mục.

In order to update the number of required reviews, please go to the “Review Settings” section of the “Invite Reviewers” screen. From here click on “change” next to the number displayed, usually 2, to change the number of reviews required for the submission, and then “save and close”. This number can be further edited any point prior to making a decision .

Tip: Try to always invite least as many reviewers as the number of required reviews, and where possible select the same number of alternate reviewers upfront.

Editorial Manager allows for the creation of flags that can be used to indicate for example preferred or efficient reviewers. This can help you, or other editors to identify suitable reviewers, for example when a prompt review is required. Your Journal Manager can create required flags for you which you can use to label reviewers.

People flags, as well as the “flag” icon will be displayed next to individuals’ names in various places in EM. Clicking the flag icon allows users (with permission) to add or remove flags.


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José Stoop is a Researcher Communications Manager in the Global Publishing Development department Elsevier. She joined Elsevier in 2008, working as Publisher overseeing the radiation and astronomy & astrophysics portfolio, and started her new communications position in 2022.

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