MLA 7 is finally here! Our new release. – BibMe Blog

We’re proud to announce that we’ve finally updated BibMe with the MLA 7th edition guidelines. It’s taken us a greater part of 6 months and we’ve added a lot of new stuff in the process. So what exactly did we update? Here’s what’s new: MLA 7 guidelines  – you may notice  lots of changes to … Continue reading MLA 7 is finally here! Our new release. – BibMe Blog

Our newest release – 13 months in the making!

It’s been almost 13 months since our last updated, but we’ve been working hard over that time period to make BibMe a better web application. And we still have a lot to do. Thanks so much for your patience. Take a look around and get yourself acquainted with the changes that have been made. Read all about it:

BibMe “Box of Cannolis” release

New Features that were just released: New “My Saved Bibliographies” interface – it’s easier to view and edit saved bibliographies now than it has ever been. Share your bibliographies – share any of your saved bibliographies with your friends for collaboration. Edit bibliography function – many users requested this functionality, and now you can correct … Continue reading BibMe “Box of Cannolis” release

BibMe “Large Pie of Pepperoni” release

New Features that were just released: Updated formatting rules – this accounts for new editions of the formatting guide books. See help section for more information. Expanded Interview options – additional Interview citations for third party types Refreshed “errors alert” interface – you will now be informed of your entry field errors in a more … Continue reading BibMe “Large Pie of Pepperoni” release

Code Push: BibMe “Breadsticks” Release

New Features that were released tonight: Turabian Citation Support Updated Citation Guide & Help BibMe User Interface Redesign In addition to this many bug fixes have been deployed.  Let us know if you run into any issues with this new version of BibMe and expect to see continued releases on a bi-weekly schedule through the … Continue reading Code Push: BibMe “Breadsticks” Release