While Google docs integration is very nice, the Overleaf integration seems such a pain. How do you usually use the citation from paperpile to latex? Maybe I don’t know the tricks… any tips for adding citation from the paperpile library would be great.
There is no Overleaf integration, as far as I know, so the following cannot really be called a tip: I create a label containing the papers I want to cite in a publication, select all, export the Bibtex to the clipboard, and paste into a file in Overleaf.
That is a helpful tip, thank you!
We are currently working on integration with Overleaf and other solutions for BibLaTeX. Stay tuned for news soon
Sounds exciting… curiously waiting
Any news on the Overleaf integration? That’s the thing I really need at this point.
Almost, @Keelan_Cook - we should release betas for this and BibTeX export workflows within the next two weeks!
Where should I look for the instructions for the Paperpile Overleaf integration beta?
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Thanks. I managed to get the overleaf integration working. It’s very useful, especially filter by tag.