How to submit manuscript?
Learn about the publication process and how to submit your manuscript. This tutorial will help you find the right journal and maximize the chance to be published.
1.Find the Suitable Journal
Find the best suitable Journal according to your manuscript that needs to be published.
Learn more about each journals.
2.Prepare your paper for submission
It is very important that you go through the to the specific "guide for authors" of the journal to which you are submitting.
It contains specific requirements related to ethics, open access options, copyright and funding body agreements. It also provides guidelines for preparing your paper, covering:
- article structure,
- highlights and keywords,
- accepted formats for artwork, data sources and video
3.Create your profile on APID
Create your own APID, by clicking on this
4.Submit and Revise
How to submit
You can submit to most journals using an online system. The system you use will depend on the journal.
- Follow the "Submit Manuscript" link on every journal's homepage as well as given below You’ll be taken to the relevant system and will be prompted to log in/register.
- If you’re using the system for the first time, follow the instructions to register. If you’re returning, log in.
- Once you’re in the system, you will be guided through the submission process.
- When you have completed your submission, you’ll receive an email with a tracking number you can use to check the status of your submission.
- If you need to submit a revised paper as a result of the peer review process, you will also do this in the submission system.
The first decision regarding your submission is made by the journal editor. If required, the editor will send your manuscript to one or more reviewers – experts in your field. The peer review process acts as a filter to ensure only good research is published and improves the quality of research submitted for publication by allowing reviewers to suggest improvements.
Mostly if your paper is not rejected, you will be asked to revise it. You will have the opportunity to improve your paper taking into account the reviews and comments of the reviewers and the editor. This is an opportunity to present an even better version of your paper . You will also be able to respond to reviewer comments where you have made changes or where you disagree with the advice. Remember to do this calmly and be prepared to justify your comments.
Article Transfer Service
The Article Transfer Service is designed to make the editorial process smoother and more efficient. This enables editors to identify and suggest a more suitable home for a manuscript and means that authors don’t have to go through the process of manually resubmitting, saving time and effort. If the transfer takes place post-review, previous input from referees can travel with the manuscript, ensuring the contributions of reviewers are used to maximum effect, so all parties benefit from the reviews and comments already shared.
5.Track Your Paper
Track your submitted paper
You can track the status of your submitted paper online. The system you use to track your submission will be the same system to which you submitted. Use the reference number you received after submission to track your submission.
Track your accepted paper
Once your paper is accepted for publication, you will receive a reference number and a direct link that lets you follow its publication status via the "Track Manuscript" Link.
However, even without a notification, you can track the status of your article by entering your article reference number
6.Share and Promote
Once your article is published, you can promote it to achieve a bigger impact on your research on your Academic Profile ID created once you registered to submit your paper. Sharing research, accomplishments, and ambitions with a wider audience makes you more visible in your field and helps you get cited more, enabling you to cultivate a stronger reputation, promote your research and grow in your career.
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