More and more journals offer the option to log into their journal submission system with your ORCID iD. This has a number of advantages:
Click a picture to enlarge it. The left picture is an example of a journal using the submission system ScholarOne; the journal at the right uses Editorial Manager.
Tip: the submission system will ask to 'Get your ORCID iD'. Some systems also ask to 'Read your information with visibility set to Trusted Organizations'. In that case, check if the system uses information from your ORCID record, especially the email address. If you want to make use of a publisher deal to publish your article in Open Access, it's important to use your EUR email address in the correspondence with the publisher, but that's not necessarily the email address used as the (primary) email in your ORCID record.
Not only journals allow you to use your ORCID iD to login in their journal submission system, you can also use your ORCID to login in other systems.
In Altmetric Explorer you can find online attention for your scholarly publications: mentions on Twitter, in news outlets or in policy documents. To find your own publications, you can use ORCID iD in the advanced search of Altmetric Explorer. Altmetric Explorer uses the public API of ORCID to find the publications linked to an ORCID iD, so they can 'see' works with visibility setting 'Everyone'.
When you create an account in Altmetric Explorer you can save the search and get an e-mail from Altmetric Explorer with an overview of new mentions.
With scite.ai you can keep track of how others are citing your work. In scite, you can see how an article has been cited and if it has been supported or disputed. You can sign in with your ORCID credentials, or connect your ORCID iD to add your publications to your profile. On the My Publications page you can use the option Sync articles from ORCID.
Rescognito, a free service for recognizing and promoting Open Research, allows you to claim or award CRediT for publications with a DOI.
CRediT (Contributor Roles Taxonomy) is a taxonomy, including 14 roles, that can be used to represent the roles typically played by contributors to scientific scholarly output. These roles include for example 'conceptualization', 'data curation' and 'writing - original draft'. Some journals already capture these roles (see for example this article - when you click the author name her/his roles appear). With Rescognito you can add your roles to previously published articles and make these roles visible in your ORCID record.
You can push these recognitions to your ORCID record:
In your ORCID record a Work will be added to your Works section, but it's automatically merged with the already existing work, based on the DOI. Click Preferred source (of x) to see the metadata of the Work added by Rescognito. Click Show more detail to see the CRediT role(s).
In the video 'Pushing CRediT recognitions to ORCID record using Rescognito' (2:57 min) you can see how you can add contributor roles to your publications in your ORCID record.