org.zotero.Zotero

Collect, organize, cite, and share research
 
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Zotero [zoh-TAIR-oh] is a free, easy-to-use tool to help you collect, organize, cite, and share your research sources.

NOTE: If your Zotero folder is not located inside your home directory (~/) and is outside your xdg-user-dirs, please grant permission to access that folder by the flatpak-override command (usage: "flatpak override --user --filesystem=/PATH/TO/ZOTEROFOLDER org.zotero.Zotero").

NOTE: This wrapper is not verified by, affiliated with, or supported by the Zotero project.

Latest reviews
5
gmbneves 1 year ago

Works perfectly. The only issue, already mentioned before by one of the users, is that it creates a separate icon on the panel instead of using the icon that you already pinned to your panel. It's not a big deal but it would be nice if it was fixed.

5
Ivan_Nepomnyashchikh 2 years ago

It's awesome. But there's a little issue. I removed the icon from my desktop and placed it on the panel instead. When I launch Zotero it creates a separate icon on the panel instead of using already existent icon (as any other app does). I was wondering if whoever the autor of this app is could fix the issue please. Thank you in advance. Ivan

5
Sclaes 2 years ago

La manera más fácil de actualizar es usando el siguiente comando en la terminal: flatpak update org.zotero.Zotero

5
awprc 3 years ago

Great citation manager with solid integration to Word and Writer. Glad to see it available as Flatpak in the Software Manager as the installation instructions on the website are clunky. Just so you know, I had to use the manual method for installing the Zotero plugin for LibreOffice, which was really easy.

5
osvifur 3 years ago

A wonderful reference manager. Works e.g. with LibreOffice and adaptable to many languages. It uses many different styles, for various fields of science.

5
Blortmeister 3 years ago

If you need to keep track of your research--whatever it may be--Zotero is the tool to use! Drop in a ISBN, DOI, PMID, or arXiv, from whatever you're reading and it populates the item type, author, abstract, and numerous other fields. I use LibreOffice, and the plugin works perfectly; I drop a quote and Zotero generates a footnote/endnote, and bibliography. Add something and the note numbers change to match. I barely scratch the surface of what Zotero is capable of, but I find it a joy to use. Less formatting, more typing. Terrific add-on!