This video describes why and how to transfer the Zotero database and Pdf articles from the Zotero folder inside your favorite Cloud folder (here, Google Drive, for the example).
This tutorial describes how to set up manually the library you want to connect to ZotEZ². With
ZotEZ², you have the possibility to force the app to go to one specific folder on your Cloud.
This means that you can have multiple library on one cloud (let's say Dropbox), and still be able to choose which one will be synchronized with ZotEZ²!
It also means that you can have your database file (.sqlite) in one place, and your library folder in another place!
Finally, it implies that you can use attachments rather than direct storage folder linking of the PDFs.
This tutorial explains how to setup a local folder in ZotEZ²! Your feedback will be more than appreciated.
In today's tutorial, we will cover one of the biggest new features introduced in ZotEZ2: a considerably improved user experience for Collection trees and Tag combinations. Previously, in ZotEZ 1, Collections and Tags looked as show below (Fig. 1)
This tutorial describes the two simplest ways to configure ZotEZ2 for your first sync with Zotero.
Basically, we'll cover here the options of ZotEZ2 that correspond to the Sync's Tab in Zotero's desktop app's settings (see Fig. 1).
ZotEZ2 let's you, in addition to WebDAV, cloud and local options, connect directly to your Zotero account
Choose any Cloud from Dropbox, Google Drive or OneDrive and download your article's library on your Android device
Synchronizing Aziz, Lite! and your reference managers lets you keep your articles sorted inside your collections, even on Android.
Search and sort all your articles based on a multitude of simple filters (title, author, year, ...) and advanced filters (color labels, ratings, Altmetric score, ...)
ZotEZ2 retrieves all the little details, including notes and attachment notes, that you created in Zotero.