- Posted by Paulo on February 10, 2023
Reviewing and commenting on Overleaf projects is now even easier. As part of our latest update you can now make tracked changes and comments in our rich text editor, which has a more simplified view of the content, along with some other exciting rich text editor enhancements.
- Posted on January 18, 2023
It’s hard to believe that Overleaf is celebrating its official 10th anniversary this year. 🎉🎊 We always say it, and it is true, we could not make it to 10 years without all 11 million of you! 🙏 🙏 🙌 🙌
- Posted by Paulo on November 29, 2022
Update: As of June 14 2023, the legacy editor has been retired for all users. See this blog post for more details.
Hey everybody! Overleaf now uses CodeMirror 6, a different underlying technology, to power its source editor. This modernises the editor, supporting our commitment to improve Overleaf and enhance our processes to bring you highly requested improvements and valuable new features even faster. Adopting a new source editor is a crucial step in unifying with our Rich Text editor, allowing us to improve both in parallel.
- Posted by Paulo on September 30, 2022
Hey everybody! We are very happy to announce a new feature that will help you handle errors in your document: the Stop on First Error compilation mode! Let’s break it down and learn more about it!
- Posted by Paulo on August 10, 2022
We’re pleased to announce that we’ve upgraded our LaTeX compile servers to make TeX Live 2022 live and available on Overleaf! As of August 2022, all new Overleaf projects will be based on TeX Live 2022 — you can read below for the key information and important changes.