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Tip of the Week: Private Templates
By Ryan Looney

If you'd like to create a project template for your own use, without publishing it to the gallery, you can!

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Tip of the Week: Creating nested folders on Overleaf
By Graham Douglas

In this tip we show how to use your browser’s “drag and drop” facility to create a nested folder structure on Overleaf. Using a short video, we take you, step-by-step, through the creation of a set of nested folders designed for a typical book project.

An image of a nested folder structure on Overleaf
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Integration Update: Link Sharing on ShareLaTeX
By Graham Douglas Following on from the addition of auto-compilation to ShareLaTeX last month, we are delighted to share some further developments: a new Link Sharing feature for ShareLaTeX.

screenshot showing link sharing options on ShareLaTeX
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Tip of the Week: How to convert typeset PDF pages into raster image formats
By Graham Douglas

Suppose you want to convert one or more pages of your typeset document’s PDF file into an image file format such as PNG or JPEG—for example, to use them in a web page, or to produce graphics with nicely typeset text for sharing on social media. How can you do that? In this week’s tip we provide a video which shows you how to achieve this using a latexmkrc file to run convert, a powerful graphics conversion program.

A sample typeset page rasterized to a PNG graphic

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Tip of the Week: How to Handle Blank Pages in Templates
By Ryan Looney

If you've chosen a template from the gallery for your thesis or dissertation, you might be wondering how to get rid of all those blank pages before the front matter and before each chapter.

oneside and openany in LaTeX source code
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