More filters available in the new PubMed

More filters available in the new PubMed

The most popular filters are included on the new PubMed sidebar by default. You can now access many more filters using the additional filters link. Try it today and let us know what you think!

Figure 1. Click the “Additional filters” button to see many more filters.


Figure 2. Check the box to apply filters from categories like Article Type, Language, and Journal.

The new PubMed is under active development and new features will be introduced on a regular basis as we continue to enhance the system. Please note: the absence of a PubMed tool in the new PubMed does not mean it is planned for elimination.

What do you think of our new feature? Please submit your comments, questions, or concerns using the “Feedback” button available on each page of the new PubMed.

6 thoughts on “More filters available in the new PubMed

    1. I support ‘ most recent’ as default. We teach our students that best match, is something for them to decide. not a database.

  1. It would be really convenient to have at least language and maybe also age visible on the left without having to click three times (additional filters, language, selected language). Also, please, put the article type first. like it is now, as it is more useful than text availability and – especially – as students tend to limit to free full text and leave out subscribed journals.

  2. Question: I start out in the new PubMed and when I use the MeHS database for a search I am suddenly back again in the Legacy PubMed with no option to get back to the New PubMed. it is very confusing. When wil there be a link to the new interface from MeSH database and Single citation matcher?

    1. Olga, please email us at for help. Also, if you haven’t already, please use the green Feedback button on the PubMed page to let us know what you think. Those are the two best ways to ensure that your comments are recorded. Thank you.

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