- Posted by John on February 3, 2016
Following a recent update to our spell-checker to use a more comprehensive and more stable set of libraries, we're also delighted to have added five additional language options!
- Posted by Mary Anne on January 18, 2016
A recent blog post from Language Science Press on their LaTeX-based workflow caught our eye towards the end of last year, as they talked about how they were using Overleaf as an integral part of this process.
We followed up with their coordinator Sebastian Nordhoff to find out more, and here's what he had to say...
- Posted by Mary Anne on January 8, 2016
- Posted by Mary Anne on January 6, 2016
- Posted by John on December 15, 2015
NOTE: This article discusses the integration of IEEE Collabratec™ and the (now legacy) Overleaf v1 platform. Subsequent to initial publication of this blog post (15 December, 2015), the next generation of Overleaf (Overleaf v2) has been scheduled for launch on 4 September, 2018. At the time of writing this note (17 August, 2018) the IEEE Collabratec™ integration is not yet available within Overleaf v2: we are working on the implementation and expect it to be fully operational shortly after Overleaf v2 is launched.
Earlier this year we announced a new collaboration with the IEEE to integrate Overleaf into the IEEE Collabratec™ platform.
Here's our short guide to help you get started, where we cover how to:
- Get set up by linking your Overleaf and Collabratec accounts
- Save existing Overleaf documents into your Collabratec library
- Open your Collabratec LaTeX projects directly in Overleaf for editing online
- Make changes and keep documents and metadata in-sync across both platforms
- Create new research papers using the IEEE LaTeX templates with your metadata pre-filled in on Overleaf