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Dr. Zoran Dinev 1 minute read
October 10, 2019

Stop, collaborate and listen!

Collaborative writing in Latex. Meet Overleaf!

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We now provide collaborative editing in LaTeX thanks to Overleaf. Why is this such a big deal? In the field of proofreading and editing, we heavily rely on tracked changes and commenting to communicate with the original author. Have a look on our sample editing page for some examples. This is relatively straight forward in most word processing programs. But some authors prefer to use LaTeX to prepare their documents. Until now, there has been no easy way to track changes and make comments in a tex file.

You can take advantage of collaborative writing in LaTeX by ordering a manuscript health check or one of our concierge services. We will import your tex file or create a new template for you manuscript in our Overleaf account and invite you for full access of premium Overleaf features.