Below you will find common questions about Zotero, along with links directly to Zotero's website. These links will take you to the corresponding pages that have simple answers and offer trouble shooting solutions. If your question is not visible below, click on this link, and peruse the Zotero usage and troubleshooting knowledgebase page.
Zotero's quick start guide can be found at https://www.zotero.org/support/quick_start_guide
If you're using Internet Explorer or a mobile browser, you can still save items to your Zotero library. A free Zotero account is required.
The Zotero Bookmarklet works with all desktop browsers and most mobile browsers (including Safari for iPad and the Android browser).
Visit the Zotero Bookmarklet page for installation instructions for your particular browser or device. You won't have to install any software -- just the bookmarklet!
Zotero recommends taking the following steps to troubleshoot problems:
This LibGuide was developed, with permission, from the University of Texas Arlington "Zotero" Libguide, The Georgia State University Library and Jason Puckett "Zotero" Libguide, Michigan State University Zotero LibGuide and the "Migrating Citations from RefWorks to Zotero" page of the University of Minnesota RefWorks Transition website.