Zotero 
(setting up group folders) 
Koichi Inoue, SEFTMS & IIML subject 
librarian
Creating a new group
Groups tab
Group name & privacy setting
Inviting a new member
Upgrade Member to Admin
Transferring group library ownership
Group libraries in Zotero pane
Zotero Group Folder
Zotero Group Folder
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Shows how to set up Group Library in Zotero.

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  • To create a new group, you need to log in your Zotero account. Go to the home page and click on “login” in the top right corner.
  • Once you login, click the “groups” tab and click “Create a New Group” link.
  • Type a group name and choose a privacy setting. It is open to restricted from the left to the right. Once you create a group, you become the owner of the group. As an owner, you can delete the group.
  • To invite a member to the group, click on the “members” tab.
  • Click “send more invitations”.
  • Type either email addresses or usernames and invite.
  • The default member role is “Member”, which does not allow the member to edit the group library. Upgrade it to “admin” and click “update roles”.
  • Scroll down the “Group Settings” page and you’ll find “Transfer Ownership” to your right. Select a new owner and hit “Transfer”
  • In Zotero pane, group libraries appear beneath my library. Keep in mind that data in my library and group libraries are stored separately.
  • Zotero Group Folder

    1. 1. Zotero (setting up group folders) Koichi Inoue, SEFTMS & IIML subject librarian
    2. 2. Creating a new group
    3. 3. Groups tab
    4. 4. Group name & privacy setting
    5. 5. Inviting a new member
    6. 6. Upgrade Member to Admin
    7. 7. Transferring group library ownership
    8. 8. Group libraries in Zotero pane
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