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Get familiar with Zotero
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There are a few ways to organize items in Zotero.
You can create folders to separate research on different topics. Just click the new folder button and type the name of the folder. When you add a source, it will automatically go into "My Library" and the folder that is currently highlighted. Each source/citation can be in multiple folders - just drag and drop the source icon to the folder(s) you want.
You can also use the tags to organize your sources. Many items come with tags already embedded in the data. You can add your own tags as well. The embedded tags are red. Your tags are blue.
You can also view all your sources by tag.
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