- Posted by Suzanne and Stefan on May 31, 2022
Guest blog post by Suzanne O'Regan and Stefan Washietl from Paperpile, a cloud-based reference manager.
Wondering how to quickly create a bibliography for an Overleaf project? Try Paperpile.
Paperpile is a cloud-based reference manager that allows you to find, collect, and organize your papers right in your browser. Paperpile can generate, import, and export BibTeX (
Paperpile’s new Overleaf integration simplifies the writing workflow for Overleaf and Paperpile users. This highly requested feature, from users of both platforms, allows you to link reference libraries, folders, and labels in Paperpile with Overleaf projects.
- Posted by Gareth on January 5, 2022
CiteDrive—Easy Reference Management for Overleaf is a guest blog post by Gareth Bilaney, co-founder of CiteDrive, a cloud-based platform for managing references and citations in native BibTeX format. In this post Gareth uses several video clips to explain how CiteDrive can be used with your Overleaf projects.
This aricle was was first published on October 12, 2021 and updated on January 5, 2022 to include new CiteDrive features.
- Posted by LianTze on September 28, 2017
If you have ever struggled with LaTeX references and BibTeX then this is the article for you. In this first of a planned series of blog posts, Lian Tze—Overleaf’s TeXpert who provides front-line LaTeX support to Overleaf users—presents a solid introduction to LaTeX references and BibTeX. The article also includes some top tips and helpful suggestions to ease the process of creating and managing your bibliographic database files, and using Overleaf with external reference library services.