What are collections?
Think of research collections as digital folders to store articles, research
papers, videos, or even your own documents. Invite team members to
help with tasks and limit access with a full permission system.
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Collections allows users to upload and reference their own papers and documents inside their own collection
Create teams by inviting other Neutrality users to collaborate with your research collections
Manage access of teams with a full permissions system for all content and folders within a research collection.
Create tasks with our easy-to-use Task Manager. Assign team members tasks and track their progress!
Easy file & folder navigation with familiar tree structures, giving users a clean, simple file management solution
Create citations and annotations quickly, or engage in discussion on discussion threads
Helpful exporting features allow users to export annotations and sources in several formats (APA, MLA, Chicago, etc.) to give Students and Journalists a head start on their sourced papers.
Embeddable Neutrality badges allow journalists and other users to refer readers back to their research collection as proof or research
Support for user content allows researchers to upload and reference their own papers and documents inside their own collection! Furthermore, a user can share this personal content with a larger Neutrality audience as searchable documents
Seamless integration with the rest of the application. Easily add articles, blogs, and legislative documents to your collections.
Post research collections for public viewing so readers can easily view journalists source material, creating transparency and building trust