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 === Google Scholar (or some other site) locked me out after using Zotero to save items. What happened? === === Google Scholar (or some other site) locked me out after using Zotero to save items. What happened? ===
  
-When saving multiple items from a given site, Zotero users will occasionally push the limits of what Google Scholar, or any other Zotero-compatible database (e.g., ProQuest), wants an individual to access in a given period of time, and you may start getting save failures or see a message like the following ​when browsing the site:+When saving multiple items from a given site, Zotero users will occasionally push the limits of what Google Scholar, or any other Zotero-compatible database (e.g., ProQuest), wants an individual to access in a given period of time. When this happenssaving to Zotero ​may fail, and when browsing the site you may start seeing CAPTCHAs or messages about making automated requests.
  
-//"​Query limit reached"//​ +If you need to import more than a few items at once, it's better to first save the items to Google Scholar'​s [[https://​scholar.google.com/​intl/​en/​scholar/​help.html#​library|"​My Library"​]] featureexport items en masse as a BibTeX file from the My Library view, and then import the BibTeX file into Zotero. Other sites may have similar features that allow exporting a collection of items. You can also simply click through to the article page and save from there rather than saving from the search results page.
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-//"​We'​re sorry but your computer or network may be sending automated queries. To protect our users, we can't process your request right now."//​ +
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-If you need to import more than a few items at once, it's better to first save the items to Google Scholar'​s [[https://​scholar.google.com/​intl/​en/​scholar/​help.html#​library|"​My Library"​]] feature ​and then export items en masse as a BibTeX file from the My Library view. Other sites may have similar features that allow exporting a collection of items. You can also simply click through to the article page and save from there rather than saving from the search results page.+
  
 The [[https://​github.com/​beloglazov/​zotero-scholar-citations|Google Scholar Citations for Zotero]] plugin can also send sufficient numbers of queries to cause Google Scholar to lock out Zotero. The [[https://​github.com/​beloglazov/​zotero-scholar-citations|Google Scholar Citations for Zotero]] plugin can also send sufficient numbers of queries to cause Google Scholar to lock out Zotero.
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