- Posted by Jamie on June 17, 2022
The University of Manchester's Research Lifecycle Programme was involved in a long-term project that involved finding multiple ways of enhancing researchers' ways of working. With the aim of enhancing the tools that were available for the research community and better facilitating external collaborations (a substantial amount of collaborations at The University of Manchester are with external universities), Overleaf became the clear solution of choice considering the number of post graduate researchers already using the software and the University's long-term goals.
Growth in the number of external institutions whose members are collaborating with The University of Manchester users via Overleaf.
- Posted by Paulo on June 15, 2022
At Overleaf, one of our goals is to make your editing experience the most efficient, feature rich and pleasant as possible. We are very excited to announce a brand new feature to rock your workflow: the PDF detach!
- Posted by Jamie on June 8, 2022
December 2021, the month of Overleaf’s nine-year anniversary, was when we reached the nine million user milestone. So imagine our excitement when we reached the 10 million user milestone only five months later! We truly feel like lucky ducks!
- Posted by Suzanne and Stefan on May 31, 2022
Guest blog post by Suzanne O'Regan and Stefan Washietl from Paperpile, a cloud-based reference manager.
Wondering how to quickly create a bibliography for an Overleaf project? Try Paperpile.
Paperpile is a cloud-based reference manager that allows you to find, collect, and organize your papers right in your browser. Paperpile can generate, import, and export BibTeX (
Paperpile’s new Overleaf integration simplifies the writing workflow for Overleaf and Paperpile users. This highly requested feature, from users of both platforms, allows you to link reference libraries, folders, and labels in Paperpile with Overleaf projects.
- Posted by Roberta Cucuzza on May 27, 2022
Most product teams see the value of product discovery but find it difficult to allocate resources to it, often ending up not doing discovery at all. In this post we show you how we integrated product discovery methods into our ways of working in three key steps. We also talk you through the benefits that we derived from this and how we used a discovery sprint to de-risk 3 ideas. Enjoy!