Overview: Sometimes it may be useful to save particular images or files along with your source citation. For example, you might take a picture of a print encyclopedia page you use. Or you may have a PDF of a journal article that isn't accessible online.

This article applies to: 

✔︎ NoodleTools School Subscription

✔︎ NoodleTools Individual License

NoodleTools MLA Lite

  NoodleTools Express


To add and view attachments for your project, see "How to add and view project attachments."

Step 1:

Navigate to your Sources screen.

Step 2: 

Next to the citation, under the More icon, click "Add Attachments."

Step 3: 

Under "Select Citation" select the source you want to attach a file to.

Upload tab is set by default. Drag or select a file on your device's desktop. The file's name will be entered automatically, but you can edit it. Click Save to add it to your project.

If the file is located on another server, e.g. a Google or Word Online document in your account, you can use its URL. Select the Web Address (URL) tab. Enter the URL of the file and the file's name in the following field. Click Save to add it to your project.

To edit or remove your attachment, select "Edit" or "Delete" from the More icon to the right of the attachment.


There are two ways to view source attachments:

1. On the Projects screen, under the "Contents" column, click Attachments (paper clip icon) for the project. Click Source Attachments to view the files. 

2. On the Sources screen, next to the citation, click Attachments to view the files.