: Did you publish an article in the journal that Scopus is indexing, but the article is not indexed? How to fix it?

If you see that the journal’s articles are indexed, but yours isn’t, and do not rush to get upset and start a quarrel with the publisher. Scopus managers often skip articles when indexing (recall that the publisher does not provide any information to Scopus on the articles). Therefore, you need to make a request on your own in Scopus so that your article is indexed.

Please note that if the entire issue of the journal has not yet been indexed, then such a request will speed up the indexing of your article.

Instructions on how to make a request in Scopus can be found here