Google Scholar library is your personal collection of articles, viewable only to you. You can save articles right off the search page, organize them by topic, and use the power of Scholar search to quickly find just the one you want - at any time and from anywhere. Your library is a way to organize the articles that you’d like to read or cite, not just the ones you’ve written. Your library automatically includes all the articles in your profile; they appear under the “My Citations” label.
You get all the goodies that come with Scholar search results - citing articles, related articles, formatted citations, links to your university’s subscriptions, and more. Best of all, it’s easy to quickly fill up your library with the articles you want - with a single click, you can import all the articles in your public Scholar profile as well as all the articles they cite.
How do I add an article to my library?
Find the article you want to add in Google Scholar and click the “Save” link under the search result.
How do I organize my library?
You can use labels (for example: “artificial intelligence”) to categorize your articles.
To add a label to an article, find the article in your library, click on its title, open the “Labels” dropdown at the top of the page, and select the label you want to apply.
To view all the articles with a specific label, click the label name in the left column of your library page.
To remove a label from an article, click on its title, open the “Labels” dropdown at the top of the page, and select the label you want to remove.
To add, edit, or delete labels, click “Manage labels” in the left column of your library page.
How does the cited by me label work?