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I value aesthetics too much to write "(2020 print/2019 online)" on my CV, or even my reference lists. Advice I was given was to list with the online year, until it comes out in print, then update the CV with the new year. I do the same for referencing in papers. Since my CV and now many journals print DOI numbers, all other information (year, title, etc) is superfluous. I mean, if someone wants to find a paper listed on my CV (or cited in my papers), it's not like they're going to the library to physically pull out the volume of the journal.

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