Importing References From Web Pages and Search Results

Papers offers several ways to import references from web pages and web search results. 

To import a reference directly from search results such as PubMed and publisher web pages, be sure to install our browser extension for the browser of your choice.

With the extension installed, you can import articles directly from search results into your Papers library:

You can import using our extension menu on the top right of your browser, or by clicking on the "Add to library" button next to the article itself. For more information on our browser extension, please check our guide here.

Individual webpages can also be added to your Papers library, in one of the two ways described below.
You can either import webpages via the extension by clicking on the extension to activate it on a webpage and then selecting the "Add to library" button:

Or you can manually enter website information via the "Create Manual Entry" option directly in the Papers application by clicking on "Add", selecting the option and then manually inputting the webpage information:

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