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Happy Holidays! 2017 Remembered…
The Overleaf Team!
Overleaf and ShareLaTeX team 2017 photos

Happy Holidays from everyone here at Overleaf! It’s amazing how quickly this year has flown by—and what a year it has been! We’ve seen huge growth and exciting changes and as always, we owe a huge THANK YOU to our customers and users. We certainly wouldn’t be where we are today without your support. So THANK YOU!!!

We wanted to share our 2017 highlights with you all—for both the company and for individuals on the team. We hope you find them interesting!

Thanks again for an amazing 2017 and here’s to a fun, happy and successful 2018 for you all!

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Happy Holidays and a 2016 wrap-up from Overleaf
The Overleaf Team!
Team Overleaf 2016 photos

Happy Holidays from everyone here at Overleaf! It’s been an incredible 2016 – thanks in large part to all of our super, amazing, fantastic customers! We’re so appreciative of your support!

We thought it would be fun to share some of the highlights from our year here at Overleaf… both for the company and our team. We hope you’ll find it interesting and we’d love for you to share your own 2016 highlight! Join the fun and share your favourite #BestofOverleaf 2016 memory.

Happy Holidays!!!

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2016 Greetings and Fun Facts
By Mary Anne Baynes
Overleaf 2016 Calendar and Putty Monster

Everyone at Overleaf would like to thank you for your support in 2015 and we look forward to more exciting growth and new features in 2016.

We thought it would be fun to share with you some of the stats we've achieved in 2015... so here they are!

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New Year, New Name, New Free Features!
By John Hammersley

Track changes, version comparison, spell check, editor themes and LaTeX auto-complete are now free for all users.

Overleaf see tracked changes in compared versions rich text

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Join us at the British Library in January to celebrate a New Year for science and publishing
By John Hammersley

Science is changing. The widespread reach and accessibility of the internet means that more people have access to more knowledge than ever before.

This is helping science at each end of the spectrum, from young scientists learning about the latest developments from CERN or on-board the International Space Station, through to the international, multi-disciplinary collaborations which make these projects possible and use the results to discover new breakthroughs and inspire new ideas.

To kick off the New Year and this new chapter in scientific publishing, we're organising an Academia 2.0 event in the evening on 16 January at the British Library.

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