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Sharing your work in the Overleaf gallery
By John Lees-Miller

Submit your work to the Overleaf gallery

Our gallery is the easiest way to put your LaTeX templates, examples and articles online.

OverleafGallery Publish Menu

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Open access publishing with writeLaTeX and F1000Research

We're proud (and excited!) to be officially featured as part of the F1000Research submission process, for example as seen in this extract from their author guidelines page:

F1000Research author guidelines screenshot

F1000Research are also offering authors of software papers the chance to submit for free during 2013, to help encourage the documentation of the software used in life sciences research.

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A five-step guide to the Overleaf teaching tools

With our new teaching account you can quickly and easily send out assignments to your students, which they can complete online and submit back to you with a single click.

Here we present a visual five-step guide to getting set up with a teaching account and using the integrated tools to create, distribute and collect your course assignments. We finish with a short video demonstration of all the features in action.

Assignment with one submission

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Organize your LaTeX projects more effectively with tagging and filtering
By John Hammersley

Organizing your projects within Overleaf is now much simpler with our new 'My Projects' dashboard with streamlined interface. You can now tag and filter your documents for easy navigation.

Demonstration screencast: how to tag your projects on Overleaf

Simply tag your documents to organise them into groups - then filter by tag to find your work in an instant.

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Publish to figshare with Overleaf (formerly WriteLaTeX)
By John Hammersley

We're delighted to announce that as of today you can now publish your Overleaf projects directly to figshare!

figshare logo

This is part of our drive to help improve open science and open access to research; figshare is designed to allow researchers and students to publish all of their research outputs in an easily citable, sharable and discoverable manner.

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