Now in in Elicit, you can: 

1. Add DOI and Detailed study design as columns to your table 

Detailed study design is useful for identifying methodologies that are not randomized controlled trials, reviews, and meta-analyses (the Study type column shows those). 

2. Add Elicit as a search engine in Chrome to run queries in your address bar
Then if you start typing "Elicit" into the search bar and press tab, you’ll be able to ask your research question directly in the address bar! Kudos to Andrew Louis for teaching us how to do this. 

3. Learn how to find better papers with keyword filters

Keyword filters are useful when your initial Elicit results seem too broad or returns irrelevant papers. You can filter for any keyword that can be found in the abstract. This video shows you how to use keyword filters:

Hope you find these useful!

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