Spring 2020, F1000Workspace became Sciwheel. Tools and functionality are the same - just a new look.
Your account should re-direct with no issues.
If you have bookmarked the sign-in page, change it to the following: https://sciwheel-com.libproxy.lib.unc.edu/work/signin
You can continue to use the F1000 Workspace-branded mobile app. Search for it as either F1000 in the app store, for now. It continues to be F1000 branded during the transition (Google/Android version also says Sciwheel in small print).
Sciwheel (formerly F1000Workspace) typically requires users to log into their accounts from a campus IP address once every 60 days io retain institutional access. If you are working remotely, here are two ways to maintain your institutional access (don't worry--all of your citations will still be there!)
1) Sign in via a Sciwheel/F1000W link on the library website . It takes you through the proxy server, and you will authenticate with UNC's single sign-on (SSO) using your ONYEN and password (as for other resources from off-campus), so you won't need your access extended manually.
2) If you see an 'x days left' message pop up and you're not able to sign in from campus, sign in via a Sciwheel link on the library website). If that doesn't work, message F1000's customer support directly using the internal blue and white chat button at the bottom right corner of your your browser window (you may not see this if you are blocking ads or trackers), or just email them and they will be happy to help you keep your institutional subscription active. In the meantime, you will NOT lose access to your account or to any citations in your account.
Sciwheel is a unified space for writing, collecting, citing, & sharing scientific literature. It features a web-based application, a browser extension, a Word plugin, and a desktop app.
Sciwheel (formerly F1000Workspace) Help Documents
Sciwheel also integrates F1000Prime, the literature recommendation service powered by F1000’s Faculty of experts in all areas of Biology and Medicine (now reaching 11,000 members). The former F1000Research, F1000’s Open Science publishing platform which offers immediate publication followed by thorough, transparent post-publication peer review, has been acquired by Taylor & Francis/Informa publishers.