In order to get the most of My Citations and My Library tools, you must have a Google account and a Google Scholar Profile. To create your profile, click on My Citations and follow the on-screen prompts.
Use Google Scholar to keep track of citations to your publications. Once you have created your profile, Google Scholar will try to find all of your publications and add them to My Citations.
By default, citations are ranked by citation count. It is possible to re-sort by publication year. My Citations displays the following information for all of your citations and for the last 5 years:
Remember that since Google counts citations from all types of resources, citation counts will be higher than those in other citation resources such as Web of Science or Scopus.
My Library is a useful tool for flagging articles of interest in Google Scholar.