1. My Library: Sign in to your Google account to view articles and other results you saved to your library. In your search results, click the "Save" link under the search result. Organize your library with labels.
2. My Citations: Sign in to your Google account to view your citations.
3. Alerts: Create an alert for a search and Google will periodically email you newly publishing articles that match the search criteria. You can also run a search first then click on the envelope icon in the sidebar of the search results page, enter your email address, and click "Create Alert." You do not have to have a Google account for this.
4. Metrics: Gauge the visibility and influence of recent articles. You can browse the top 100 publications in difference languages ordered by their h-index. You can also view of list of publications in a specific field, such as Computer Science or Psychology.
5. Settings: Change the number of results to show on one page, choose where results are opened, and view links to export citations to a citation management software.
6.Articles and/or Patents: Include or exclude patents and case laws in your search.
The Advanced Search has more features to limit by: author, publication (journal), and date. Click the drop down menu beside the search box to get to the Advanced Search page.
Options for entering words:
Publication: enter journal abbreviation. You can only enter one publication at a time, so you may want to retry the search with the full journal title or other variations.
Date: Enter desired date range. You can also try the "Recent Articles" link at the top of the results page to limit to the recent 5 years.