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Tips & tricks for authors

How to get started uploading your paper to pubpub

Published onMay 27, 2024
Tips & tricks for authors

For iPRES2024 we use the PubPub system to publish your paper and make it available to conference participants and the wider community. For a full overview of all features and how to use them, you can visit the official Pub Pub help webpages. Below you can find some tips & pointers to get started.

Importing your paper

Once you have finalised your paper, you can import your latest version straight into the PubPub editor. Currently the editor allows you to import the following files: .docx, .epub, .html, .md, .odt, .txt, .xml, .tex

If you can’t see the ‘Import Files’ button, clear out all text; the button will appear when the page is blank.

Details about the Latex support are available online:

The Online editor

If you want to edit your paper in the PubPub you can do so using the Online editor. When you edit, make sure your status on the top right is coloured green to ensure your changes are saved.

All functions are documented online:


If you want to put the readers attention on certain texts or quotes, you can use the blockquotes function in the toolbar [“]


If you want to add citations, you can use the Citation function in the toolbar.

If you want to format a text to include a link to a webpage you can do so by selecting the text and pressing the link button in the toolbar.

Media import

If you want to add images, videos, audio as well as material from Iframe, Youtube, Twitter, Codepen Vimeo, SoundCloud and GitHub Gist, you can use the Media function in the toolbar.

History of revisions

If you want to view a history of your revisions, you can click on the clock icon in your header. This will allow you to view each keystroke of revisions you have made.

How to Navigate the Pub Editor and History

For a full overview of all features and how to use them, you can visit the official Pub Pub editor help webpage.

Ready to publish?

Once you are satisfied with your paper in the Pub Pub editor, you can press the ‘Request Publication’ button. Once an administrator has confirmed your request, the paper will be publicly available on the website. Papers will be published gradually in the weeks before the conference.

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