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Recent Updates

  • Updated on: Nov 15, 2018

    Comment on a Project

    Users can leave comments on OSF projects or individual files within OSF projects. Commenting can be configured so that only project contributors can comment or any OSF user can comment.

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  • Updated on: Nov 02, 2018

    Control Your Privacy Settings

    It can be useful to keep some parts of your project private while others are made public. Fine-grained privacy controls allow you to do this. This article describes how to make all or parts of your project public while keeping others private.

  • Updated on: Oct 31, 2018

    Merge Your Accounts

  • Updated on: Oct 25, 2018

    End an Embargo Early

    Manual Registrations
  • Updated on: Oct 25, 2018

    View Your Registration Form

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  • Updated on: Oct 25, 2018

    Submit a Registered Report

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  • Updated on: Oct 25, 2018

    Save Your Registration Form as a Draft

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  • Updated on: Oct 24, 2018

    Claim an Unregistered Account

  • Updated on: Oct 24, 2018

    Link to a Project

    In this article, you will learn about how links and forks can help make connections between multiple OSF projects.

    Linking a project creates an easy path for those viewing your work to find another related project.

    Forking a project creates a copy of an existing project and all of its contents. The fork always points back to the original project, forming a network of functional citations. You might use a fork to copy another's work to build on and extend. For example, a professor may create an OSF project of materials for individual student use. Each student forks the project to have his or her own copy of the materials to start his/her own work.

  • Updated on: Oct 23, 2018

    Enable Wiki Contributions

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