Adding bibliographic references to Overleaf with CiteDrive

Adding bibliographic references to Overleaf with CiteDrive

Synchronizing CiteDrive with Overleaf

To link up your CiteDrive project with Overleaf, simply click on the .bib button in the top right corner of your CiteDrive project.

Export your BibTeX file to Overleaf

Adding new references with the CiteDrive companion

With the browser extension, you can easily collect papers for your article. For example, if you come across an article on nature.com and want to use it in your next paper, simply click the CiteDrive button to add the article to your Overleaf project without any new tabs or windows. The companion is available for Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge, and Mozilla Firefox.

Pin the extension (Animated GIF)
Adding References from Google Scholar with CiteDrive (Demo)
Citing a website with the CiteDrive companion

Adding new references directly in CiteDrive

In CiteDrive, you press the plus button on the top to add a new reference, which will open up a panel on the right side. You will see three tabs “BibTeX,” “Search via DOI,” and “Via ISBN.”

Adding new references directly in CiteDrive (Demo)

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