- Posted by Paul on November 25, 2019
We’ve made some changes to how the Archived Projects folder works on Overleaf, and we’ve added a new folder called Trashed Projects. Here’s how they now work together.
- Posted by Paul on November 14, 2019
As we edge closer to the end of the year, we are starting to wrap up 2019 projects and look ahead to what 2020 will bring. But before that, we’d love to fill you in on some exciting recent developments.
- Posted by Paul on November 12, 2019
We’re delighted to present a new feature on Overleaf that enables project owners to transfer the ownership of projects to a collaborator.
So if you have to take a step back from a particular project, for whatever reason—perhaps you started a project but are no longer involved, or you’re heading out on holiday and would like a collaborator to manage it whilst you’re away—you can now do so in a few simple clicks.
- Posted by Kate and Pedro on October 24, 2019
At Overleaf we’re always looking at ways to continually improve our product. Since we joined forces with ShareLaTeX in mid-2017, we’ve worked hard to bring the best elements of Overleaf and ShareLaTeX together.
With the new combined platform successfully launched and new features being frequently added, we’ve now brought a number of those upgrades to our on-premise solutions - Overleaf Community Edition and Overleaf Server Pro!
- Posted by Kate on October 22, 2019
In 2016, CERN was looking to adopt a single, collaborative authoring tool to provide to their researchers. They conducted a year-long trial of three platforms, with Overleaf (https://www.overleaf.com) emerging as the best fit.