Hi,

We received notification regarding the upgrade to Refworks remove the need for the group code from 9th December 2013.  There was also mention of a future version of WNC which will also no longer require the group code, is there a release date for this?

 

regards,

 

Ali

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Hi Ali, 

Right now we are planning the release for the 1st Quarter of 2014. We will keep you updated moving closer to the time of the release. Please let us know if you have any other questions. Thanks. 

-Devin McGinty

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