Take a few minutes to add information that is important to distinguish you:
While it's possible to add works yourself, it's recommended that you permit trusted organizations to add and update them for you - look for the green iD icon next time you submit a paper, book chapter, or book. When you provide your iD and grant permissions to a trusted organization to add data to your record, part of the expectation is that the organization you are connecting to will continuously update your record with information that it can validate and share. More about auto-updates.
There are three ways to add works to your ORCID record yourself:
The corresponding author should contact the publisher regarding this at the time the manuscript is accepted for publication. Often, one can do this via the publisher's online submission system, but the exact steps will vary from publisher to publisher. As a coauthor, you may be invited to associate your ORCID ID to your manuscript via an automated e-mail from the journal publisher, so be sure to read all correspondence you receive regarding your submitted manuscript.
Unfortunately, PubMed (and presumably other databases where ORCID IDs appear) does not have the resources to verify ownership and add ORCID IDs after citations are indexed. However, the publisher can add ORCID IDs to records and you can write to firstname.lastname@example.org if the publisher needs help with the process.
Export your articles as a BibTeX file and import them into ORCID.
There is no way to sync or export citations between ResearchGate and ORCID, we suggest adding your ORCID iD to your ResearchGate profile. To do so:
My NCBI My Bibliography
There is no way to directly import items from "My Bibliography" into ORCID or sync between "My Bibliography" and ORCID, but you can import citations from My Bibliography into citation software and then use the citation software to create a BibTeX file that can be imported into ORCID. Ask a Librarian if you have questions about the process.