Citing a link or website with Citationsy is ridiculously easy. Just paste the link, and Citationsy will fetch all the information
needed to reference the website.
Citationsy includes a database of almost all published books, so all you have to do is type the book’s title or author’s name
and it will show you the results. Click a book to fetch the information needed for the reference (title, authors, editors, publisher,
place of publication, year, edition, translator, etc.)
Cite Papers and journal articles
You can either search for a paper by title or author, or you can paste the DOI of a specific paper. Citationsy will then fetch all the information
straight from the publishers database for you.
Archive Links You Have Cited
When referencing a link, you can activate an option that will archive a frozen-in-time copy of your link to Archive.org, and reference
the archived link instead of the original one. This way you can ensure that if the link changes later, or even goes offline, your
reference will keep working correctly forever.
Cite Any Website With a Single Click
Found an interesting article or piece of information you want to reference on the internet? If you have installed our
it’s as easy as clicking the *
icon in your toolbar.
Export to Microsoft Word
Download your bibliography as a Microsoft Word Document. After opening the project you’d like to export to Word hit the “Export” option in the
right sidebar and select Microsoft Word.
Need a PDF of your bibliography, ready to print? After opening the project you’d like to save as a PDF and hit the “Export” option in the
right sidebar and select PDF. You can then set the headline, font size, and typeface for your PDF.
BibTeX Export, RefWorks Export, EndNote Export, CSL Export
Yep, you can export your project in all of these formats.
You can easily organize your references into multiple projects (think of them as folders) and even set different colours and referencing styles
for each project. This will help you keep things organized.
Cite Books on the go With Our iPhone App
Yes, it’s true: With our iPhone app
you can scan the barode on the back of a book
to automagically cite it.