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Zotero 6 Released

Screenshot of an annotated PDF from the new version of ZoteroZotero, the free, powerful bibliographic manager, has just released version 6, a major upgrade that introduces many new features. And there’s a new official Zotero iOS app!

The new version of Zotero can:

  • Open PDFs in a new built-in reader within the main Zotero window, in a new tabbed interface
  • Clean up metadata for items while viewing their PDFs
  • Mark up PDFs with highlights, notes, and image annotations
  • Add annotations to Zotero notes with automatic citations, in a powerful new note editor
  • Cite other items directly in notes using Zotero‚Äôs familiar citation dialog
  • Insert notes into your Word, LibreOffice, and Google Docs documents with active Zotero citations for automatically generating bibliographies
  • Export notes to external Markdown editors with links back to Zotero items and PDFs

Zotero (alongside EndNote) is one of the two major bibliography applications we support at the GSU Library! Ask your librarian for more information, or check the workshop schedule for upcoming classes about Zotero and EndNote.

Get the full details at the official Zotero blog.