Citationsy - Cite Websites and Papers
Reference websites and papers with a single click, powered by Citationsy
What is Citationsy - Cite Websites and Papers?
Citationsy - Cite Websites and Papers is a chrome extension that provides a fast, effortless way to cite different sources including websites, books, papers, and other content types. Available in various citation styles like APA, Harvard, Chicago, and MLA, it offers a simple click-to-cite functionality, revolutionizing referencing. Goodbye tedious citation processes, hello Citationsy!
Cite websites, books, papers, articles, podcasts, songs, and much more using Citationsy. Perfect references and footnotes every time. Citationsy is perhaps the world’s best referencing tool. This Chrome extension will let you cite any website with a single click. We support citations in APA, Harvard, DIN, Chicago, MLA, and thousands of other referencing styles.
When you find a website or link you want to cite, simply click the Citationsy icon in the toolbar (*) and a little window will pop up to let you choose which one of your Citationsy projects you’d like to add the link to.
If you’ve been using RefME, CiteThisForMe, Mendeley, Endnote, Citavi, Zotero, or EasyBib, Citationsy will be like a breath of fresh air.
User reviews summary
- Supports different citation styles including APA
- Saves time
- Useful for academic work
- Has a feature to share lists of papers/references
- Some users report issues with it working properly
- Some found inaccuracies in citations
- Limit on the number of sources
- Lack of language support other than English
- Ease of use
- Useful for university/academic work
- Issues with the accuracy of citation
Citationsy - Cite Websites and Papers may not be safe to use and it requires some risky permissions. Exercise caution when installing this extension. Review carefully before installing.
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