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What is Flow?

Citation Management

If you've been using RefWorks, Flow maintains all of the same organizational functions. You can collect citations, organize them into folders and subfolders, and create bibliographies in any style. 

Annotations

Another added feature of Flow is the ability to annotate your documents.  Because Flow works as a document reader, you can highlight, add notes, and work on readings together with your classmates even if you're not in the same place.

Document Reader

Flow allows you to read documents directly in the program instead of having to navigate to other pages to access your article.  

Collaboration

In addition to organizing your citations and reading full text documents right in Flow, you can now collaborate on documents that you've shared. People you've shared a document with can highlight, add annotations and contribute articles to a shared folder.

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