The American Mathematical Society partnered with Overleaf for a limited time to provide free, one-year Overleaf Pro accounts and AMS writing templates for contributors to four AMS journals:
Contributors to these AMS journals will be able to write, collaborate, and submit to the above journals, all from within the Overleaf platform. The official AMS LaTeX templates for each journal have been loaded into Overleaf ready for immediate use online.
The AMS promotion has now ended. Please visit our plans page if you wish to upgrade your account.
Overleaf is an online collaborative writing and publishing tool. It allows you to collaborate online with coauthors and greatly simplifies the process of creating and writing a LaTeX document. Overleaf's custom AMS templates allow authors to submit their papers directly via Overleaf, correctly and automatically formatted in the proper style with the provision of a simplified writing and publishing tool for AMS contributors.
Each journal will provide an online link from the journal website to the AMS article template within the Overleaf platform. This will provide you with a fast, simple way to create and write articles, with no manual setup required. Overleaf ‘TeXperts’ are also on hand to help with any questions you may have while writing your paper. And with real-time, automated composition, you can see what the finished file will look like - as you write.
Once your manuscript is complete, you will be able to submit the file for publication with a simplified submission link direct from Overleaf.
You can sign up for your free Overleaf Pro account using a form at the top of this page. You need only an email to get started, and you need not be an AMS member.
At the end of the one-year trial, you may choose to continue as Overleaf Pro subscriber (current cost $8/mo), or your account will revert to the Overleaf Free plan. Any data or papers saved in Overleaf will continue to be accessible.