For each publication added to RefWorks, create a Citation Subfolder having the same name as the publication
Citation Subfolders will give you a place to store citing works for your publications.
Identify the number of times each publication has been cited in a particular database
1. Return to the database you used and locate one of your publications.
2. Select all Last Imported records and place them in the appropriate Citation Subfolder.
3. Return to the search results list and repeat the process with the next publication.
It is also important to review citing documents captured by Google Scholar to screen out the types of documents you do not want to include, such as papers in other languages, advertorials, fact files, peer reviewed trade publications, webpages or PDFs sponsored or produced by companies, posters etc.
For each publication, set up a Citation Alert within each database
In Scopus, you will not be able to create an alert for any items that show up via Scopus' Secondary Documents feature. Therefore, you will need to make note of these titles and manually check them to see if there are any new citing articles to be exported to a RefWorks Citation Subfolder.