Overleaf is an online LaTeX and Rich Text collaborative writing and publishing tool that makes the whole process of writing, editing and publishing scientific documents much quicker and easier.
MIT's Overleaf Pro+ account gets you:
Lincoln Lab members may use their @ll.mit.edu address to access the MIT Pro+ account. Other MIT affiliates must use their @mit.edu address.
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MIT Overleaf Pro+ is available to all current MIT faculty, students, and staff. You need a valid @mit.edu email (not a @xxx.mit.edu email with the exception of @ll.mit.edu account holders) to have a MIT Overleaf Pro+ account. When you graduate or leave MIT and can no longer validate your @mit.edu or @ll.mit.edu email, your account will be downgraded to an Overleaf Personal account.
Downgraded users will not lose any of their data or projects, but they will no longer have access to the Pro+ features, including the ability to add additional collaborators to their projects.
Learn more about the different Overleaf account options and features.