Within the reference manager, you can search for resources you need to write your project. CITAVI gives you access to hundreds of search databases and catalogs (e.g. Elsevier, Pro¬Quest). You can also drag and drop a folder of a file from your computer. CITAVI automatically creates references for your documents using one of 6000 citation styles.
The heart of CITAVI is the knowledge organizer. It makes academic reading, annotating PDFs, collecting notes (citations, comments, thoughts, quotations) an easy job. It allows you to place all your notes with one click into the structure of your project. It attaches automatically references in a chosen style to your notes.
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The task planner allows you to assign tasks to specific PDFs, books. You will never forget to read or re-check your sources.
CITAVI has also add-ons for Microsoft Word, OpenOffice, LibreOffice, and LaTeX. They allow you to insert citations from CITAVI without leaving the text processor. CITAVI allows you with one click to compile a Microsoft Word file with the structure of your project, notes, citations, and bibliography.
CITAVI has also a build-in tool (so-called Picker) to collect information from the Web. You can use the Picker with all popular browsers (e.g. Chrome and Firefox). When you find an interesting website/PDF/picture, the Picker saves them in CITAVI and attaches appropriate references.
1 Creating a Local Project
2 Creating a Cloud Project
3 Creating a Server Project