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kb:library_items [2017/11/22 13:53]
bwiernik Update comment about URIs
kb:library_items [2017/11/22 13:55]
bwiernik
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-<​html><​p id="​zotero-5-update-warning"​ style="​color:​ red; font-weight:​ bold">​We’re 
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-<a href="​https://​www.zotero.org/​blog/​zotero-5-0">​Zotero 5.0</​a>​. Some documentation 
-may be outdated in the meantime. Thanks for your understanding.</​p></​html>​ 
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 ======Library Item Overview====== ======Library Item Overview======
  
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 The foundational elements in most Zotero libraries, //regular items// take the form of reference types---books,​ journal articles, manuscripts---and have associated bibliographic ​ metadata (Title, Author, Publisher, etc.). Regular items can be created manually by using the New Item drop-down menu or automatically by clicking the Zotero address bar icon to save from a supported website. The foundational elements in most Zotero libraries, //regular items// take the form of reference types---books,​ journal articles, manuscripts---and have associated bibliographic ​ metadata (Title, Author, Publisher, etc.). Regular items can be created manually by using the New Item drop-down menu or automatically by clicking the Zotero address bar icon to save from a supported website.
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 +You generally always want to work with regular Zotero items, rather than bare attachment files (e.g., PDFs, word processor documents), as regular items have item metadata that is required to interact with most of Zotero'​s features.
  
 Regular items can only be top-level items. Attachments and notes can be added to regular items as child items. Regular items can only be top-level items. Attachments and notes can be added to regular items as child items.
kb/library_items.txt · Last modified: 2017/11/22 13:55 by bwiernik