How to find scopus journal

How to find out scopus indexed journals

 1. Go to the Scopus website ( and log in with your credentials (if you don't have an account, you can create one for free).

2. Click on the "Search" tab at the top of the page.

3. In the search bar, type the name of the journal you're looking for.

4. Click on the "Search" button or press Enter.

5. Scopus will display a list of results that match your search query. Look for the journal you're looking for in this list by checking the journal title and abbreviated title listed under "Source Title". You can also narrow down your search by using filters on the left-hand side of the page to refine your results by document type, publication year, and other criteria.

6. Once you've found the journal you're looking for, click on its title to view its details page.

7. On the journal details page, you'll find information about the journal's impact factor, publication frequency, editorial board, and other important details. You can also view a list of articles published in the journal, as well as citation metrics and other statistics.

8. If you need further assistance, you can use the "Help & Support" link at the bottom of the page to access Scopus's online resources, including tutorials, FAQs, and contact information for customer support.


Here are the steps to find newly indexed Scopus journals from the Elsevier website:  

1. Go to the Elsevier website at
2. Click on the "Solutions" tab in the top menu bar.
3. Select "Scopus" from the drop-down menu.
4. Click on the "How Scopus Works" tab on the Scopus page.
5. Scroll down to the "Content" section and click on "View all Scopus content sources" link.
6. This will take you to a page that lists all the sources that are currently indexed in Scopus.
7. Click on the "Newly indexed journals" link located in the left-hand menu.
8. This will display a list of all the journals that have recently been added to Scopus.
9. You can sort the list by various criteria such as publication year, subject area, and journal title.
10. Click on a journal title to view more details about the journal, such as its impact factor, publication frequency, and editorial board.

That's it! By following these steps, you can easily find newly indexed Scopus journals and learn more about them.

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