A demonstration of a ShareLaTeX document
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In comparison to other LaTeX editors, ShareLaTeX (now Overleaf), is a server-based application, which is accessed through a web browser. A publicly maintained instance of ShareLaTeX is available at sharelatex.com, and the software to run a personal instance of ShareLaTeX is available under an open-source license.
On July 20, 2017, ShareLaTeX was acquired by Overleaf. Overleaf plans to continue ShareLaTeX under the brand Overleaf v2 which was in beta testing up until the 4th of September 2018. The domain name "sharelatex.com" now redirects to a connection page for Overleaf v2.
Sharelatex follows the freemium pricing model, with the freely-hosted accounts and the open-source version offering the following features:
- Private and public projects
- Real-time collaboration between private collaborators (maximum 2 collaborators per project)
- One-click compilation to PDF
On the other hand, the paid plans come with the following additional features:
- Track Changes
- Dropbox synchronization
- GitHub synchronization
- Document history
- More collaborators per project (number ranges depending on chosen plan)
Under the flagship of Overleaf v2, the new platform also offers the Rich Text mode — where source code of inline/displayed math, sectional titles, figures and ordered/unordered lists are rendered as graphics during editing. The collaborative editing interface is further expanded to handle comment resolution and change approval as well. 
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