Once you have completed the one-time setup to link your ACS Paragon Plus profile to your ACS ID, you do not need your old ACS Paragon Plus login. Just use your ACS ID for all ACS journal publishing and reviewing activity. Please be assured that all important information and your … Continue reading “What happens to my old ACS Paragon Plus login? Will I ever need it again?”
An ACS ID is required to access ACS Paragon Plus effective Aug 2, 2017.
ACS Publications Support is here to help! Please feel free to contact us by using the information below should you have any questions or concerns. You can reach us through any of the following channels: Support Portal: https://help.acs.org (You're here now!) Live Chat E-mail: email@example.com Telephone: 1-800-227-9919 (USA and Canada) … Continue reading “What if I need help with my ACS Paragon Plus Account?”
If you have forgotten your ACS ID and/or password, retrieve it by entering your e-mail address on this page. For detailed instructions, please see “Show Me What To Do” or contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Navigate to ACS Paragon Plus when you are ready to submit or review a manuscript—and click on “Create an ACS ID”. You will then be guided through the one-time setup process. For detailed instructions, please see “Show Me What To Do” or contact email@example.com. You can also visit the registration … Continue reading “I don’t have an ACS ID. How do I register for one?”
ACS Publications now uses ACS ID for access to ACS Paragon Plus. The ACS ID is a single login that allows access across multiple ACS online environments, including the proof review site, C&EN, and now ACS Paragon Plus.
The ACS ID is a single login that allows access across multiple ACS online environments, including the proof review site, C&EN, and now ACS Paragon Plus, our manuscript submission and peer review system. An ACS ID is free, and it takes only a minute to register for one. You do … Continue reading “What is an ACS ID? Why do I need one?”
This change is in response to your requests for reducing the number of different logins you need for accessing different ACS environments. We’ve heard your concerns, and we are pleased to let you know that you now will be able to use your ACS ID for manuscript submission, peer review, … Continue reading “Why did ACS Publications switch to the ACS ID login? What are the benefits to me, the researcher?”