Taylor & Francis is using SeamlessAccess to automatically recognise if the user have previously logged into Taylor & Francis Online using Shibboleth or OpenAthens and present previously used institution as the first option, removing the need to manually search each and every time the user want to access journal research articles.
Accessing research through an institutional subscription using SAML authentication (Shibboleth and OpenAthens) is now more straightforward with the introduction of SeamlessAccess on Taylor & Francis Online.
The feature not only works on Taylor & Francis Online but follows across all participating publisher platforms. So, if the user have logged into the institution on another participating publishing platform and then switch to another also using SeamlessAccess, then the institutional choice will be carried with the user. This works even if the user is visiting a publisher platform for the first time.
On Taylor & Francis Online, an option to login to the institutional account will be clearly visible on journal articles included within the institutional subscription.
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