Mendeley

What are groups on Mendeley?

Groups are a simple way for you to collaborate with your colleagues to create a shared collection of documents. Groups allow members to put together a list of papers and share notes.

There are three types of groups:

  • Private groups - These private groups are visible only to members, who can share papers and notes. These work like the shared collections in previous versions of Mendeley.
  • Invite-only groups - These groups are visible to the public, but each has an owner who administers the group. These work like the public collections in previous versions of Mendeley with one major change - now any member can add documents.
  • Public groups - Anyone can join and contribute to these groups. We think they’ll be a great way to build community-driven collections of literature around a subject.

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