Beta Waitlist: Get ready for Papers AI

Since our inception, our team’s focus has been eliminating the administrative strain and information overload associated with research. Today, the advancements that are rapidly evolving in the AI space have sparked new opportunities. New ideas. New ways we can take that same, original imperative and reach new possibilities for real-time, in-depth analysis, summarization, and contextual…

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Papers Offers Nearly 10,000 Citation Styles. Here’s How to Use Them.

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In Papers, there are close to 10,000 potential citation styles to choose from when exporting a formatted citation or using SmartCite to format your bibliography.   These citation styles are powered by the open-source Citation Style Language project, a community-wide effort to build a comprehensive database of citation styles needed for academic journal manuscripts. It includes…

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Write More Productively in Overleaf using Papers

You probably already know how easily Papers integrates into Word and Google Docs but did you know that you can also use Papers to manage your publications when you write using Overleaf?   Overleaf is a collaborative, web-based platform for writing documents using the LaTeX publishing system. LaTeX gives you complete control over how a document…

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Simplify Your Research: Why You Need a Reference Manager

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As a researcher in any space, the information and data that you ingest daily can be overwhelming. Even just organizing all of that information can be a challenge in and of itself. Between storing PDFs on your desktops, printing and annotating, and emailing version after version back and forth with peers and collaborators, it’s nearly…

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Papers 2022 in Review

2022 in Review

What a year it’s been! Over this last year, we are so thankful for all of our users who continue to support us by utilizing Papers to the fullest. We hope we’ve helped make your research life a little easier with every update. We’re looking forward to all of the great things we have planned for 2023 – but first, let’s take a look at our 2022.

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Expanded Retraction Support is Here

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We’ve further expanded the breadth of our article retraction alerting capabilities within the Papers platform. With the integration of the Retraction Watch database, Papers users are enjoying expanded coverage to the current retraction data already available within Papers. Users also now have access to even more retraction-related features within the application, including complete retraction notices,…

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July 2021 Features in Review

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We’re excited to introduce our new features for the summer. In this July release, we’ve added some highly requested features so take a look below. Copy PDF (Desktop) We’re excited to introduce a highly requested feature from our users from our Feature Requests Board. For those that constantly like to export a selection of PDFs,…

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Tips for Transferring Your Library to Papers from Mendeley

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This post is part of a series on how to transfer your library from different tools. In this post, we’re sharing some tips and tricks on how to migrate your library over from Mendeley to help you ensure your references, PDF files, notes, and much more are all accessible in Papers. Exporting your Metadata If…

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The Dos and Don’ts of Using the Papers Article Matcher

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With Papers, you can rest easy knowing that when you add articles to your library, they’ll come automatically resolved with full metadata. By design, Papers automatically scans each PDF that is imported in order to find and resolve your PDFs. It crosses the metadata of the PDF across our database of 140 million citations to…

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May 2021 in Review

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We’re back with new features from our May update. Papers Import improvements RIS and BibTeX files come from all sorts of places. We’ve vastly improved our RIS and BibTeX import and even added some fancy messages to help you figure out where you(or the place you got it from) went wrong. We’ve also made the…

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