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April 06, 2006

Sharing your RefWorks citations with others

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It's really simple to share your RefWorks citations with other RefWorks users. This can help you with group projects and collaborating with other researchers.

You can allow other users read-only access to the information in your RefWorks folders. Note that these other users will not be able to add, delete or edit information, but will be able to view and export information.

To give other users read-only access to your RefWorks folders you should:

  • Click on Tools > Update user information
  • Type in a new password in the Read-only password box – this must be different to your individual RefWorks password
  • Give your individual username and the read-only password to those people to whom you want to give read-only access to your folders

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