Helpful guides on reference management software

Visit these guides for detailed information about reference managers:

⇨ What is a reference manager?

⇨ Do you need a reference manager?

⇨ Should I use a reference manager?

⇨ What are the benefits of using a reference manager?

⇨ What are the benefits of using a cloud-based reference manager?

⇨ What does a reference manager do?

⇨ What are the uses of a reference manger?

⇨ What is an example of a reference manager?

⇨ What is the most used reference manager?

⇨ What is the easiest reference manager to use?

⇨ Does Google have a reference manager?

Frequently Asked Questions about reference management

What is a reference manager?

A reference manager is a software tool designed to help researchers collect, organize, store, and cite references from various sources.

What are the main features of a reference manager?

Reference managers allow you to import and export citations, manage PDFs, format bibliographies, and organize your research library.

What is Paperpile?

Paperpile is a clean and simple reference manager that allows you to import and export references; upload, store, and annotate PDFs; and seamlessly share your research library with colleagues and co-authors. You can collect references with the Paperpile Chrome extension, download PDFs and sync them directly to your Google Drive, and insert citations and bibliographies in Google Docs, with just one click.