Announcements, Tutorials and Guides for the App
Beta Phase for Zettlr 1.3 begins
The beta phase for Zettlr 1.3 commences. Please join our journey towards the next step in the development of Zettlr by participating!
Zettlr 1.2.3 Released
The third patch for Zettlr 1.2 restores the functionality to create new directories, fixes a bug on some Linux distributions and adds a link to translate.zettlr.com to the preferences window. Read more about it in our release statement!
Zettlr 1.2.2 Released
Zettlr 1.2.2 is here! With only a small bunch of improvements, it's not big but a nice addition to the row of great releases we've had in the past.
Zettlr 1.2.1 Released
Zettlr 1.2.1 is here! It addresses many problems and irregularities and makes Zettlr more beautiful, because we gave the app a refurbish. Read the full announcement here!
"Wtf is a Zettelkasten?"
Many people implicitly ask us what a Zettelkasten is by coming to our page by searching for Zettelkasten tutorials online. In this blog post, we try to clean up some common misconceptions on what a Zettelkasten is and invite you to watch our new video on what a Zettelkasten is.
Launch: Zettlr Translate — Translating Zettlr Universally
We are proud to announce the launch of Zettlr Translate, a service that enables our users to translate the app into various languages. Read the full launch statement here!
Zettlr 1.2.0 Released
The next version of Zettlr mainly features stability improvements. As most of the wanted features have been implemented we've been able to make this version the most stable of all!
Beta Phase for 1.2 has started!
The next release is turning to the finish line. To make it the perfect next release, we would like to introduce yet another beta phase so we can make sure it's the best version there is. Find out how you can help make it happen!
Zettlr 1.1.0 Released
Zettlr 1.1 has arrived! Now you have even more power to customise your installation so that Zettlr aids your writing workflow even more!
Why is Zettlr Open Source?
In this blog post, I address a common question many people have: How do I make money? Do I even make money? I want to clarify what it means to code for me and why Zettlr will stay Open Source.