Your Google Scholar profile can be used to alert you whenever your articles receive new citations online. It tracks any citations to your publications that occur on the scholarly web.
If you haven’t already signed up for citation alerts...
If you want to explore who has already cited you, visit your profile page, and click on the number of citations to the right of the article you want to track citations for:
On the next page, you’ll see a list of all the papers that have cited you, some of which you’ll be able to click-through and read:
Remember: Google Scholar indexes citations it finds in a wide range of scholarly documents (white papers, slide decks, and of course journal articles are all fair game) and in documents of any language. The data pool is also mixed with respect to peer-review status; some of these citations will be in the peer-reviewed literature, some will not. This means that your citation count on Google Scholar may be larger than on other citation services.
In Scopus, you can set up alerts for both articles and authors.
To create an alert for an article:
To set an alert for any time you are cited: