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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. When this happens, saving to Zotero may fail, and when browsing the site you may start seeing CAPTCHAs or messages about making automated requests.+When saving multiple items, 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 happens, saving to Zotero may fail, and when browsing the site you may start seeing CAPTCHAs or messages about making automated requests.
  
 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, export 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. 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, export 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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