RefWorks Administrators,

We are pleased to announce the release of a highly requested new feature for The RefWorks Administrator Tool. As a RefWorks Administrator, you can now add customized announcements specifically for your users. The announcements can be displayed in either text or html format, and they can also include graphics and links. In addition, a time stamp option provides automatic removal of the announcement on a selected date and time. The announcement will display in the Announcement area in each users account.

For more details, please visit following link from our help files: https://www.refworks.com/refworks2/help/Administrator_Tool.htm#Site...  

We hope you find this new feature beneficial, and we encourage your feedback. If you cannot locate access details for your RefWorks Administration account, or if you have questions, please email refworks.support@proquest.com

Thank you, 

The RefWorks Team

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