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Google Docs can now manage citations

With the new Tools -> Citations option in Google Docs (rolling out first to G Suite education users, then more broadly to everyone), you can save citations while writing your document, then insert them as an MLA, APA, or Chicago style bibliography or references section at the end of your document.

That’s one less thing you need an add-on to do in Google Docs!

https://gsuiteupdates.googleblog.com/2020/09/citations-bibliography-google-docs.html

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