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How to write in Markdown on Overleaf
By Lian Tze Lim

Markdown is a light-weight markup language (get it? 😉) that lets you write up something in plain text with some very simple rules, and then transform it to formatted outputs, e.g. HTML. It’s very popular among software developers and programmers, exactly because of its simplicity (and might I add, perfect for note-taking too!).

Submit to Overleaf's publishing partners
By Ryan Looney

Overleaf connects to many journals and repositories to streamline the publishing process.

Overleaf Publish Menu Modal Window
Now available! Link your ORCID iD to your Overleaf account.
By Ryan Looney
Link your Overleaf account to your ORCID iD

ORCID® provides a persistent digital identifier that distinguishes you from every other researcher and, through integration in key research workflows such as manuscript and grant submission, supports automated linkages between you and your professional activities ensuring that your work is recognized.

Securely establish your identity by linking your ORCID iD to your Overleaf account. Submissions to participating publishers will automatically include your ORCID iD for improved workflow and visibility.

New: Full History Service for Pro/Pro+ Users!
By Ryan Looney
Overleaf Full History Service

Pro and Pro+ users now have access to our full history service!

The full history service automatically saves all changes made to your project, without having to stop to label a version. Click the History & Revisions button to access the project history.

Check it, check it out! Overleaf Webinar Recording – Enabling Research and Collaboration at Institutions
By Mary Anne Baynes

Check out our recent webinar – Enabling Research and Collaboration at Institutions! It was a great webinar with a notable line up of speakers.

Enabling Research and Collaboration at Institutions - Overleaf Webinar Slide