When creating a post on the Community, you will see a field titled ‘Badges’ on the right side menu:
On the Communities, badges refer to the journal names as well as your contributor status on the Community. If you are writing a Behind the Paper post, you will have been asked to ensure that you add a badge before publishing your post.
Status badges (i.e. Contributor, Editor, etc.) are applied automatically, so you don’t need to change these as you create your post.
Other badges, however, need to be selected based on which journal your article was published in. Only one journal badge should be selected. If you can’t find a badge for your journal, please leave it empty and get in touch with us at email@example.com.
After your post is published, these badges will appear on top of your post.
The badges work as a way of grouping all the posts from the same journal in one place, which can be accessed by clicking on the badge of a published post. This makes it easier for readers to find and engage with your post and other posts they might be interested in.
Cover image: First title page of the scientific journal Nature, November 4, 1869. Public domain image.
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