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Step 3: Auto Import Publications

  1. From your reference manager, such as Zotero, export your publications to a Bibtex file named publications.bib.
  2. In your GitHub repository, click the Settings tab at the top of the page, click Actions > General in the left menu, choose Allow and click Save commit
  3. Check that your repo has a file named import-publications in the .github/workflows/ folder. If it doesnโ€™t, you can add the file from here. Skip this step for the latest Academic and Research Group templates as it is included.
  4. At the root of your GitHub repository, click Upload Files and select your publications.bib file to upload to GitHub commit
  5. Click Commit Changes to upload the file commit
  6. GitHub will now import your publications from Bibtex. Within a minute or two, GitHub will create a Pull Request for you to review the changes: commit
  7. You can review the changes: commit
  8. If you want to add the full text or supplementary notes in the body of any of the pages, click Edit File, otherwise skip to the next step: commit
  9. Once you are happy with the changes, click Merge and then Confirm Merge: commit

In a few minutes, your website should automatically update to display the new publications.

Want to enrich your publications? There are many options to customize publication pages such as adding a cover image and PDF attachment. View the Publication Guide.