Overleaf is an online LaTeX editor build for collaborating writing. Working on the same LaTeX document is easier using Overleaf as all authors use one LaTeX environment, changes in the document are clearly documented and more than one authors can work on the document simultaneously. Even authors that are not familiar with the LaTeX enviroment can use Overleaf and contribute to the article effortlessly.

Everyone can use Overleaf for free, collaborating on a document for up to two authors (additional authors require a group license). 

PSI provides Overleaf Professional accounts for all its staff and you can claim your account by following the instructions here.

Please note that all available Lib4RI Overleaf accounts have been allocated. Please contact your local IT department for extra licenses. 

Receive an Overleaf standard account

To receive an Overleaf Standard account just write us an email and we will arrange your institutional Overleaf login. Please note that we have a limited amount of accounts.

Once you receive the confirmation email from us, you can start using Overleaf online. The help pages of Overleaf can be a good starting point for further information.

In case you already have a Overleaf account, you can simply connect your account to the one we will provide you following these instructions. Please use your institutional email address as your primary email.

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