- Posted by John on December 15, 2015
Note: As of December 2023, IEEE is no longer providing access to Overleaf premium features for Collabratec users newly linking their accounts to Overleaf. You can still link your IEEE Collabratec account to your Overleaf account, but this won’t grant access to Overleaf’s premium features.
Earlier this year we announced a new collaboration with the IEEE to integrate Overleaf into the IEEE Collabratec™ platform.
Here's our short guide to help you get started, where we cover how to:
- Get set up by linking your Overleaf and Collabratec accounts
- Save existing Overleaf documents into your Collabratec library
- Open your Collabratec LaTeX projects directly in Overleaf for editing online
- Make changes and keep documents and metadata in-sync across both platforms
- Create new research papers using the IEEE LaTeX templates with your metadata pre-filled in on Overleaf
- Posted by Stu on November 10, 2015
This blog post describes an historical feature (of Overleaf v1) which, at the time of writing this note, is scheduled to be replaced by improved functionality in Overleaf v2 (due for release on 4th September 2018). Consequently, this article is now of historical interest only.
Last month saw the release of two enhancements to the Overleaf editor: the first to help with document review, the second to improve the auto-complete functionality when inserting citations from your bibliography.
- Posted by John on August 10, 2015
- Posted by Mary Anne on May 20, 2015
In a series of four interviews for Editage Insights, Overleaf co-founder Dr. John Hammersley talks with Donald Samulack, President of US operations for Editage, on the topic of collaborative writing and publishing in the context of science and research.
- Posted by John on February 27, 2015
Great news from the LaTeX Community forum: in the next few days, the book 'LaTeX Beginner’s Guide' by Stefan Kottwitz will be available for free download as an e-book (regular price € 24.97).