Creating & Managing Bibliographies with BibTeX on Overleaf
LEARN HOW TO create and manage bibliographies using BibTeX on Overleaf by reading this article by Overleaf TeXpert, Lian Tze, that pulls together all the threads relating to citations, references and bibliographies, as well as how Overleaf and related tools can help you manage your references.
BibTeX is a file format used for lists of references for LaTeX documents. Many citation management tools support the ability to export and import lists of references in .bib format. Some reference management tools can generate BibTeX files of your library or folders for use in your LaTeX documents.
Using EndNote with Overleaf
Export your bibliography from EndNote to Overleaf using the export to BibTeX option in EndNote. Note:If you do not see the export to BibTeX option in EndNote, you may need to download and install the necessary EndNote style plugin.
Using Edifix to convert unstructured bibliographies to BibTeX
Edifix is a parsing system to analyze references and create structured data from unstructured, plain text bibliographies. It converts your reference list into a variety of formats, including BibTeX. Edifix can also link your cited sources to Crossref and PubMed.
Set up an account on Edifix.
Using RefWorks with Overleaf
Save this exported file to a location which allows direct linking (e.g. google drive), to keep it in sync when you add new references.