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HighWire Press, the technology platform and strategic partner to influential scholarly publishers and societies, has announced the launch of Stackly, a web-based toolset for content collection, organisation, storage, and peer-to-peer collaboration.

Stackly is designed to integrate into publication sites, offering publishers a proactive way to promote content and engage with the research community. Stackly enables readers to build article collections without leaving a publication site, increasing productivity and providing new channels for collaboration.
'Stackly, our most recent example of innovation, increases the strategic value we deliver to our customers,' said Dan Filby, HighWire's CEO. 'Stackly is a powerful tool that allows publishers to extend the reach of their content by creating an interactive community around it.'
Elin Reeves, head of publications at the European Respiratory Society, added: 'We see Stackly as a new way for our readers and members to engage with our content and keep track of articles they find to be key in their daily working lives.'