- Posted by Jamie on November 9, 2022
Updated May 2, 2023: Overleaf Labs is currently not taking additional signups.
Introducing Overleaf Labs, a framework for experimentation and innovation in the space of collaborative writing and publishing. Overleaf Labs will allow innovative internal ideas to flourish and be explored, and also a way to work in collaboration with partners to conduct research on new ways of making the process of writing research papers and technical documents quicker and easier.
- Posted by Natalie on January 26, 2022
Overleaf enables our team to collaboratively work out technical mathematics ideas and formulations from quite disparate geographies. This was already important pre-pandemic as my research collaborators can be from all over the world, but the benefits have been further amplified during the pandemic.
– Pari Ram, Research Staff Member, IBM
- Posted by Kate on April 16, 2020
The Overleaf authoring platform was chosen by Ontario Tech’s Information Visualization Lab (Vialab) for its wide-ranging functionality, including real-time collaboration and the ability to produce beautifully typeset documents.
- Posted by Paul on December 3, 2019
The University of North Georgia (UNG) Math Immersion Project is focused on helping mathematics majors transition from problem-solving math courses to proof-intensive courses.
Overleaf was a core element of how the Immersion Project functioned during its initial pilot in the fall of 2018, and will once again be used throughout the second iteration of the project this year.
- 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.