It’s been nearly two years since we released the first public version of Paperpile, a reference manager built from scratch for the web. During this time, Paperpile has grown into a fully featured tool used by thousands of researchers every day to find, collect, manage, read, annotate, share and write papers, boosting their academic productivity.
Today, we’re delighted to announce the release of a free fully featured citation manager as a standalone product that works with Google Docs, enabling you to collaboratively write papers and grants. Now everyone can add citations and bibliographies to a Google Doc, no account or sign-up is required.
Add our citation app in one click from the Google Docs add-on store!
Writing a paper in Google Docs the Paperpile way works like this:
- Install the Google Docs add-on
- Invite your colleagues to your documents and ask them to install the add-on.
- Add citations, here’s our cheat sheet