Web of Science includes the Arts and Humanities Citation Index (1975-present), Social Sciences Citation Index (1965-present), and Science Citation Index Expanded (1965-present), but the sciences receive the most thorough coverage by far.
To find articles that have cited you,
The next screen returns a list of articles that have cited yours. You can click on their titles for more information. Note that this search will not provide metrics.
To set up alerts, first create a personal account by clicking Sign In at the top of the screen, then Register.
You cannot set up an author-based alert in Web of Science. Instead, you should click on the right side of the screen for an individual article. You will prompted to sign in if you haven't already.
For a much easier way to track citations in Web of Science, see the ResearcherID box on the right column of this page.
The citation report generated within the Web of Science provides detailed information on selected items including total citations, average citations, citations by year, and the h-index. The report is based on records selected from the Web of Science database, does not include cited references, and may not be comprehensive. If a significant number of your publications are not listed the resulting metrics may be significantly impacted.
To generate the h-index of your publications in Web of Science,