To edit information about items in your library:
You can also create a link between one item and another by adding a relationship between the two items. To add a relationship:
You can attach files to individual citations in your library. This is useful when you have saved electronic versions (PDFs) of the articles that you are citing and would like to associate them with the corresponding citations. To add an attachment:
Click the Zotero button at the bottom of your browser to open your library. At the top left is a folder button with a green plus sign. Click this to create a new "collection."
Create collections to organize your references. Collections are like file folders on your computer, but a reference can be in more than one collection at a time. In other words, a book on the Civil War could be filed in your "Civil War" collection, your "Georgia History" collection and your "19th Century America" collection without having to make three copies of the reference.
To add your own tag to a citation:
Note: Some items saved from online catalogs will automatically include associated tags. You can turn off this automatic tag importation in 'Preferences' on the General tab.
You can add notes to your references using Zotero's rich-text note editor.
To add a note to a reference:
To store a note independent of a reference in your library:
To create a note from a document or webpage that you are currently viewing: