Collaborating with colleagues in-house or across organizations is a typical scenario for many researchers. In a similar way, working as a team on a shared task is a premise under which students often work.
Mendeley facilitates and underpins this kind of collaboration by providing shared spaces for shared activities. In a Mendeley terminology such spaces are known as Groups.
By reading on below you will learn more about the collaboration opportunities that Mendeley Groups represent.
There are three types of groups in Mendeley.
NB! Only in private groups can you share files and annotate in the same document as other group members.
Take a look at the bottom left side of each document page to learn more about who is using the document.