- Posted on September 19, 2023
Ever wished you could click a button or copy and paste to insert your figures into Overleaf? Now you can! Our team has been busy creating a new way to insert figures that is simpler and allows you to focus on your content.
- Posted on August 24, 2023
- Posted on May 30, 2023
Git integration is now available Overleaf Server Pro with the 4.0 release. This highly requested feature is a powerful and flexible way to connect you, your collaborators, and your other research outputs/artifacts with your on-premises Overleaf project.
- Posted on April 24, 2023
Update: As of June 14 2023, the legacy editor has been retired for all users.
As the eagle-eyed among you may already be aware, late last year, we introduced a new source editor (the area of Overleaf where a user types in their LaTeX code). This change has enabled us to make some exciting improvements to our Rich Text (visual editing) functionality and means we can bring you other highly requested improvements and valuable new features faster.
We’ve removed the previous source editor—Source (legacy) — for some users over the last couple of months and gathered crucial feedback in the process. In late May 2023, the legacy editor will be removed entirely, so we wanted to tell you more about the changes and what to do if you hit any problems.
- Posted by Paulo on April 12, 2023
Our handy Tag feature (previously known as Tags/Folders) allows you to tag your projects (the clue’s in the name!) to make them easier to find, organize and share.
Now, we’ve made it easier to personalize your tags with your own choice of colors. Instead of a randomly assigned color, you can now choose from our pre-defined palette of nine colors, visually select a color in the colormap, or manually type the HEX or RGB value.