- 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 John on December 21, 2021
In just 10 days time Overleaf will be nine years old! Nine! It’s hard to believe that it’s been almost a decade since John and I had our first conversations about WriteLaTeX that set us on the path that has led us to this point.
And in the run up to that particular milestone, another one has crept up on us…
- Posted by John on December 17, 2021
With 2022 fast approaching, and 2021 being a year still dominated by the pandemic, for many of us the new year can't come quickly enough. But in amongst all the challenges there have been many successes—both in personal lives and at work—and we've collected together the following stories from our team looking back on what 2021 has meant to them.
- Posted by LianTze on November 16, 2021
In this blog post, LianTze Lim, Community TeXpert at Overleaf, reviews the newly-published second edition of LaTeX Beginner’s Guide by Stefan Kottwitz.
- Posted by Lois and Paulo on November 10, 2021
Have you ever tried to look for a symbol to use in your LaTeX document? It might be quite the adventure! But fear not, we’ve got your back with a brand new feature!
We have exciting news to share with you this week: we are releasing a symbol palette in Overleaf as a part of our premium subscriptions! This will help you quickly find commonly used symbols, and will also tell you which packages you need to use them. Now you can be even more productive when writing your documents and collaborating with colleagues!