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How-To Research Tutorials

Organizing Results in GoogleScholar

 

Use My library to store and organize your citations:
You will need a Google account for this option.

  1.  On your Google Scholar results page, click the Save link for each citation you want..
  2.  Click My library to view all articles in your library. To search the full text of these articles, enter your query as usual in the search box.
  3.  You can use labels (for example: “artificial intelligence”) to categorize your articles.
  4.  To add a label to an article, find the article in your library, click on its title, open the Labels dropdown at the top of the page, and select the label you want to apply.
    • To view all the articles with a specific label, click the label name in the left column of your library page.
    • To remove a label from an article, click on its title, open the Labels dropdown at the top of the page, and select the label you want to remove.
    • To add, edit, or delete labels, click Manage labels in the left column of your library page.
    • To remove an article, click on its title, and then click the Delete button at the top of the page.