This tab has information on downloading Zotero and saving citations. Start here if you have never used Zotero before.
Start at https://www.zotero.org/download/.
Items to install:
Create a free account with your Reed email address at https://www.zotero.org/user/register to take advantage of features like syncing your library to zotero.org and working in groups.
NEW: With a Reed email address, you have unlimited file storage for free.
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If you are working in a database and the bookmarklet does not appear in your browser bar, you can usually download the search results as an RIS file. Then import the file into Zotero by clicking File and choosing "Import."
Drag a PDF into the main content area to add it to Zotero.
Add embedded metadata to Zotero by right-clicking on the file and selecting "Retrieve Metadata of PDFs."
If there is no embedded metadata in the PDF, you can manually enter information about the file.
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You can also manually add records to Zotero.
Click on the green circle with the white “+” symbol and select format.
If you don’t see the format you want, select “More” to see additional formats.
Syncing is not a substitute for backing up! What if you accidentally delete a bunch of references? You'll lose them for good the next time your library syncs. Here's how to make a backup of your Zotero library: