Retired our old PDF viewer due to a recent bug in Chrome preventing the embedding of PDF files from extensions. PDFs are now displayed by the default Chrome PDF viewer. Alternatively, you can opt-in to our new viewer and annotator in Settings > Browser integration > PDF viewer.
Support for many more newspapers, news outlets and magazines including: Forbes, BBC, Huffington Post, Business of Fashion, Financial Times, NPR, the Conversation, Reuters, ABS News, Psychology Today, Business Insider, Bloomberg, TechCrunch, CBC, and the New Yorker.
Improved EZProxy login. Fixes login problems with various institutions.
Google Docs integration
Fix problem citing duplicate items or items created by "Make a copy". Items automatically identified as duplicates by Paperpile can now be cited if flagged as "Not a duplicate" (Right hand panel > Filters > Duplicates).
Preserve italics on RIS import from EndNote Web. (Format > Export Reference > Export style: "RefMan (RIS) Export" > Preview & Print. Then save the web page e.g. as EndNoteWeb.ris and upload to Paperpile).
Fix problems with import of RIS files generated with RefWorks (really RefWorks, you are using MacOS 9 style line endings in 2016?)
Update RIS import for Interview, Personal Communication, Thesis, and Webpage entries.
Recognize "file" fields for PDF import from BibTeX files generated by Qiqqa.
New feature: Get stable links to papers in your
It's now possible to cross-link your Paperpile library
in other applications. Users who have suggested this
feature use Paperpile together with Evernote, Trello or
even Emacs Org mode to organize their data.
Allow change from Preprint to Journal Article or Conference Paper reference types after auto-update.
Update import from IEEEXplore.
Correctly import seasons in dates from PubMedXML.
Fix problem with Mendeley import seen on some rare screen sizes.
September 17th 2015
Fix problem with RIS export.
Make sure the filter list on the right is accessible and
scrollable also for libraries with many different reference
Fix problem with ResearchGate import.
September 13th 2015
We have extended our data model with 14 new reference
types and new data fields. The update enables users from a
variety of academic fields to correctly store and cite all
different types of references. This update does not add
complexity to Paperpile and for users who typically only
cite journals and books nothing changes.
Thesis: new subtypes Bachelor's Thesis, Undergraduate Thesis, Habilitation
"Technical Report" was renamed to "Report"; new subtypes Technical Report, Government Report, White Paper, Guideline
Personal Communication: new subtypes E-mail, Letter, Conversation, Message
Computer Program: new subtypes Video game (yes, we know of people citing video games)
Added support for three new identifiers:
MR (Mathematical Reviews identifier)
Zbl (identifier in the Zentralblatt MATH database )
ISMN (international identifier for notated music)
More flexible date fields: added support for seasons
(e.g. "Summer 2012") and arbitrary other date specifications (e.g. "13th
century" or "2005-2006")
Added filter "Unsorted" for library items that have not been
labeled or are not filed in a folder.
Improved search: terms with special characters can now be
found using the ASCII equivalent (e.g. "Muller" will find "Müller" or "Guigo" will find "Guigó")
Allow users to set and update secondary links (e.g., links to datasets).
Show URLs in the main list for items of type "Website" when no website name is available
Change the design of remove button ("x") on labels and folders in the main
list to avoid unexpected line-breaks.
Fix various display and line-break issues in the main list.
Fix an issue related to the "Copy" function that duplicates an existing library item.
PMID and DOIs in the main list can now be selected precisely via
a double-click to make it easier to copy them to the clipboard.
Preserve user added italics and other markup of the title during auto-update.
Google Docs integration and citation formatting
Added localization options for citation styles. It's now
possible to generate citations and bibliographies in other
languages than English. All language specific terms are
translated (e.g. "accessed", "and others", …) and
typographical conventions like quotation marks are used
Sorting of bibliography items now handles names with special characters correctly.
Add periods to initials when a citation style requires it.
Show warning when a user tries to upload a custom CSL
style that depends on another style.