Citavi 6.4 Released
Wädenswil, Switzerland — January 10, 2019 — The latest update to Citavi 6 is available for downloading. Citavi 6.4 has many improvements behind the scenes to make working with Citavi even smoother.
New features include:
- New Pickers for Firefox and Chrome. This video shows you how they work.
- In the Citavi Word Add-In you now can create a bibliography for each chapter. If you want, you can create an additional bibliography for the whole document, too. This video shows how.
- Citavi can now also search the full-text of all ePub files that were uploaded to a cloud project as an attachment.
- Citavi now uses Ably instead of Signal-R for communication between Citavi clients and the Citavi cloud.
- …and many other small improvements.
As always, each update also includes bug fixes for issues reported by Citavi users.
About Citavi 6
Citavi 6 gives users the option to leverage Citavi’s unparalleled reference management, knowledge organization, and task planning features in the cloud. Licensed users can save an unlimited number of attachments up to 50 MB.
Citavi 6 has also been optimized for teamwork. New features include the ability to work on cloud projects with an unlimited number of users, differentiated project permissions, a chat feature, task delegation, and annotation filtering. Citavi 6 is suited to group publications, research proposals, and centralized PDF libraries.
Additional improvements in Citavi 6 include an indexed full-text search in cloud projects, improved speed, and the ability to work with add-ons for specialized features.
First released in Switzerland in 2006, Citavi today has over a million users worldwide. In addition, more than 400 universities have site licenses for Citavi, allowing their students, faculty, and staff to use Citavi for Windows at no cost.
Citavi’s success lies in its ability to go beyond traditional reference management programs to support each step of the academic research process. Citavi helps with all research tasks, from searching for sources, to annotating PDF articles and excerpting quotations, to planning tasks and creating outlines, all the way to finalizing a formatted publication.
Although initially developed for academic users, Citavi is increasingly being adopted by companies, who want to make information they find available long term. In business settings, Citavi is often used to create a centralized repository for external research articles the company has collected.
About Swiss Academic Software
Swiss Academic Software is the publisher of Citavi and was founded in Zürich in 2004. The company‘s 20 employees aim to make complex academic software as user-friendly and intuitive as possible.
For more information, please contact:
https://help.citavi.com/en/announcement/citavi-6-3-now-available - Changes in Citavi 6.3
https://help.citavi.com/en/announcement/citavi-6-2-now-available - Changes in Citavi 6.2
https://help.citavi.com/en/announcement/citavi-6-1-now_available - Changes in Citavi 6.1