BibGuru allows you to create multiple projects and folders so that you can save citations for future use. These features can help you stay organized, especially when you may be working on several papers or projects at a time.
Note: To create new projects on BibGuru, you need to sign-up with your email.
You can use BibGuru's projects feature to build and save multiple bibliographies in different styles within your individual account and workspace. You can color code, add descriptive titles, and use emojis to distinguish between different projects.
In order to create multiple projects, you need to be a registered user.
Once you've registered, you can add a new project by clicking the "+Add New" button on the left side of the screen.
Select new project from the pop-up menu. A small new project screen will appear.
Input the desired name of the project into the text field. You'll want to to choose a descriptive title for each project that allows you to quickly distinguish different projects.
You can also add a different emoji to each project to further differentiate between distinct bibliographies. To do so, click the existing book emoji. A menu will pop up from which you can choose another emoji. Make a selection by clicking on the preferred image.
You may also select a new color to differentiate the new project from existing projects.
Click "create project" to finish. The new project will appear on the left hand side of your screen.
Use the folders feature to create categories within a single project. For instance, you can use folders to keep track of different source types. You might create a folder for books, another for journal articles, and yet another for websites. Folders are especially useful for longer bibliographies.
To create a folder, click on the project to which you'll be adding folders. At this point, you can add a folder in one of two ways:
Click the "+Add New" button on the left side of the screen. Select new folder from the pop-up menu. A small new folder screen will appear. Input the desired name of the folder into the text field. Click "create folder" to finish. You should see the folder nested under the project title [img].
Hover over the project title and click the three dots on the right side of the title. A pop-up menu will appear. Select "Add folder." A small new folder screen will appear. Input the desired name of the folder into the text field. Click "create folder" to finish. You should see the folder nested under the project title [img].