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How to customize/brand a group page and get a custom domain name
You can now customize the way that your group page looks. For example, you may want to replace the Authorea logo in the top left with your logo. You may want to customize the page colors, add a banner, and even get your own custom domain name.
How to add a co-author or collaborator
Inviting co-authors or collaborators to your document is simple. Step 1: Select 'Share' or 'Add Collaborator.' Step 2: Enter your co-author’s name or email address in the popup (Hint: you can add multiple emails separated by comma to add multiple collaborators in bulk!) !(https://storage.crisp.chat/users/helpdesk/website/d38f777e-0276-4c52-8a15-b5855ac4903c/
Commenting on documents
Authorea has a new powerful commenting framework built into the editor. Each document has comment bubbles to the right of the text that may be toggled to leave or view comments. How to comment To insert a comment anywhere on the document, click on the comment icon that appears on the right margin of your document Note: To comment on specific parts of the text
How to manage advanced author lists, multiple affiliations, and delete coauthors
In order to customize your author list, click on the "Manage" button below the title and list of authors. Note: The Manage button is only available if you are a collaborator on a document In the Author Management Dashboard, you are able to: 1. edit the display name of every coauthor 2. pick one or more affiliations for each author (or create a new custom displa
How to fork (copy) a document
A fork is a copy of a document that includes all of the containing data and version control history. Forking an article copies the document and all of its data into a new document, allowing you to make changes without altering the original. Authorea remembers exactly at which point in time you ”branched” away from the original article, and we can automatically provide attribution back to the original author, compare different versions of a manuscript, or allow for suggestion-based editing. Add
How do I share my article with a group?
To share you document with a group, first make sure you are part of the group. You can join a group by navigating to the group you wish to join and selecting Join Group. Additionally, you can join a group by navigating to your user settings and joining a group there. Once you are part of a group, you can now share any document for editing or comments only. To share a document select Publish from the toolbar and choose the group(s) you wish to publish your article to. !(https://storage.
How do I remove a collaborator?
To remove a collaborator from an article, first select Manage. Hover over the collaborator you want to remove from your document and select the three dots to access some options for that specific collaborator. Select Remove Collaborator and Close. !(https://storage.crisp.chat/users/helpdesk/website/d38f777e-0276-4c52-8a15-b5855ac4903c/110aedd5-80ac-4680-95e3-
How do I add someone who is not on Authorea to my document?
If a coauthor you want to work with is not on Authorea, when you click "Add" and enter their email address, they will receive a notification to complete sign up and immediately collaborate with you on the document. But what if you don't want to add someone to your document as a collaborator and just want to show them the document? You can share with them the link to the document. If the article is public, just send them the link and allow them to comment on it via the commenting feature. If the
How to share a private article with someone
From the toolbar, click on Share and then Create a new link to generate a shareable URL which you can share with someone. They will be able to view your document, even if it is private.
How do I reorder the list of collaborators?
To reorder collaborator order, first click the Manage button below the author list. In the author management tool, drag and drop a name to change the order of the author list. When you are done, click Save new order to save the changes.
Turn off comment notifications
By default, authors receive an email notification for every comment made on their article. To end email notifications for comments, you can unfollow the article by clicking on the ... button in the upper right corner of the toolbar and clicking on Unfollow. (You can also follow and unfollow article you do not own by clicking on the star)