- Posted by Ryan on May 15, 2017
Overleaf Product Update: May 2017
We’re always working to make Overleaf better by introducing new features and improving existing ones. Here’s a short update on what we’ve been up to lately:
- My Projects Dashboard Pagination Controls
- Journals and Services Menu – Academic Journals Search
- Project Views Count
- Performance Improvements
Click the links above to jump straight to that section, or just continue reading below!
My Projects Dashboard Pagination Controls
Pagination controls have moved to the top of the My Projects dashboard, where you need them the most. Now you can sort your projects and select the number of projects per page more easily:
Journals and Services Menu – Academic Journals Search
When you’re ready for your work to reach a wider audience, search for a journal right from the Journals and Services menu. Begin typing a journal name, keyword, or publisher name and view results instantly. Start the submission process with a click:
If you don't see your favorite journal listed, please let us know and we'll work with that publisher to include it!
Project Views Count
Back by popular demand – project views count for read-only mode! Keep track of how many times your project has been viewed with the read-only link. Click the share button in read-only mode, and view the count above the read only link:
We’ve made lots of changes behind the scenes to improve the user experience, and increase performance. This is important because we recently hit a big milestone: 700,000 confirmed users!
We have some further product updates coming soon – stay tuned! Happy LaTeXing!