Organizing Your Research and Writing with Advanced Zotero Tools

If you use Zotero to help manage your research, you may be interested in two add-ons to the popular citation manager: Multi-Lingual Zotero (MLZ) and Zotfile.

Creative Commons image by

Creative Commons image by

MLZ is not just useful for people engaged in foreign and comparative law: it also has a much better Bluebook style parser than the three Bluebook styles that are available in the Zotero styles library.  Zotfile enables you to automatically rename attachments, store attachments in alternative services to make them easily accessible on mobile devices, and can extract your highlights and annotations into Zotero notes.

You can view a short video on the use and installation of these tools, or just head over to their respective websites to download MLZ or Zotfile.

Share or Save: