Explorer for Institutions v2 has an improved user interface for browsing, sorting, and saving search results. See the table below for the full list of browsing and sorting options in EFI v2.

Search, sort or browse feature
How to do it
View all search results and Altmetric details pages
Choose Full Altmetric Database to browse everything Altmetric has ever tracked attention to. All search results are listed alongside their individual donuts and are expandable to full Altmetric details pages (listing the full attention data for each research output). You can also share search queries with other Explorer users (at the same institution) by copying the webpage URL.

Save searches

Any search in EFI v2 can be easily saved to the Saved Searches panel. Run your search and choose Save Search in the top-right of the pane. It will then appear in the Saved Searches panel in the left sidebar. This will also include any old Custom Groups and Workspaces that were imported from Explorer for Institutions v1.
Verified research outputs

Any research output that has been identified as belonging to your institution gets a small blue checkmark, indicating that it is a “verified” output. Keep an eye out for the blue ticks when searching across the entire database as they help identify your institutional outputs! If you are an institutional administrator, you can ensure that research outputs are verified by including the output’s scholarly identifier during your data implementation with Altmetric (e.g., by adding to your CRIS or IR).
Sort outputs by Altmetric Attention Score
In order to show the most popular outputs, you can sort all search results by Altmetric Attention Score. Just select the drop-down option in the top-right of your search results pane.

Sort outputs by publication date
In order to identify the most recently published outputs, you can sort all search results by publication date.

Sort outputs by total number of mentions in an attention source
In order to identify the outputs that have received the most attention in particular sources (e.g., news, Twitter, or policy), you can sort all search results by attention source.

Sort outputs by number of Mendeley readers
In order to identify the outputs that have been saved the most to Mendeley libraries, you can sort all search results by the number of Mendeley readers recorded for each research output.