By default, the only review information displayed on the public researcher's profile is the name of the journal or conference they reviewed for and the number of reviews added and verified. Below is an example of how verified review records are displayed on a Web of Science researcher profile by default:

A reviewer can edit the review display policy for their reviews to deviate from this default policy e.g. to publish the title of the article they reviewed or publish the content of the review (after the manuscript is published). You can find more information about your review display preferences here: What are my review display preferences?


Journals can also set permissions to specify exactly what information reviewers can publicly display about a review. 

The review display policy set by the journal overrides the review display preferences set by the reviewer.

No matter what privacy settings are in place, we never display information about the manuscript until the manuscript has been published.