- Posted on February 26, 2013
With the launch of our new uploader powered by Filepicker.io you can now upload multiple files quickly and easily from a variety of sources, including Google Drive, Dropbox and Gmail.
Simply create a new document, go to the "files" menu and click on "upload figures, styles, bibliographies ..." to launch the uploader and try it for yourself.
Full sync is coming soon - watch this space.
- Posted on February 18, 2013
Using writeLaTeX is now even easier! We've increased the MB upload limits on ALL your documents to allow you to upload large files. We've also created a single measure of your usage - your writeLaTeX storage quota. To get more space, all you need to do is invite people - you'll both get a bonus when they sign up!
Invite your friends, get free space!
It's as easy as that! You can get up to 1GB for free simply by inviting your friends & colleagues!
- Posted on February 15, 2013
<p> Yesterday (on Valentine's Day!), WriteLaTeX.com was featured as a story on slashdot.com — a real milestone in raising awareness! Thanks to all the subsequent vistors, and especially to those who've been in touch with suggestions and ideas :) </p> <p><a title="WriteLaTeX story on slashdot" href="http://it.slashdot.org/story/13/02/14/1814217/collaborative-latex-editor-with-preview-in-your-web-browser">http://it.slashdot.org/story/13/02/14/1814217/collaborative-latex-editor-with-preview-in-your-web-browser</a></p>
- Posted on February 11, 2013
This blog post describes a feature of Overleaf V1 which is not available in Overleaf V2. Consequently, this article is now of historical interest only.
You now have the ability to save versions on writeLaTeX. Use the 'history' menu in the editor to access this feature - simply name a version and hit enter to save the current version of your work
- Posted by Henry on February 4, 2013
This article was originally published on the ShareLaTeX blog and is reproduced here for archival purposes.