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iCyte Tutorial: How to Cyte PDFs

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iCyte 3.0 lets you save and annotate PDFs from the Web or your local drive. Now you can organize all your valuable research (HTML pages and PDFs) together in one place!

This brief tutorial will show you how.

To Cyte PDFs from the Web

  1. Navigate to any PDF file on the Web. (Note: if the PDF launches in a separate viewer, set your browser to display PDFs "inline." See iCyte FAQ.) W4
  2. To upload the PDF to iCyte, click the “Cyte This” button. Depending on your browser, it will look like: Win cyte or Ff cyte or Bm cyte
  3. While the PDF is uploading, you’ll see: Cogs
  4. Once the PDF is uploaded, you’ll be prompted to click the "Cyte This" button in your browser again to save your Cyte. If desired, highlight text before you click "Cyte This." Uploaded
  5. Select a Project, add Tags and Notes if desired, and click Save. Tags
  6. You can add multiple Cytes to this PDF by highlighting text and clicking "Cyte This." You can do this as often as you like, anytime you're viewing the Cyted PDF. When you view a PDF with multiple Cytes, navigation buttons will appear along the top. Arrows

To Cyte PDFs from Your Local Drive

  1. Go to www.icyte.com/upload
  2. The "Upload a PDF" screen appears. Browse to the local file. Click "Upload." Upload
  3. Once the PDF is uploaded, you’ll be prompted to click the "Cyte This" button in your browser to save your Cyte. If desired, highlight text before you click "Cyte This." (As described above, you can add multiple Cytes by highlighting text and clicking "Cyte This" as often as you like.) Uploaded