This article has been published in the Knowlative Blog on the 8th of August 2018.

Citing the sources of our work is essential to the expansion of the kinesiology world. Inside Knowlative, references have a very important place. As it is recommended to cite and insert external references in Knowlative Database, you should also cite Knowlative in your published work outside of the App.
The simplest way to cite a Unit of Knowledge outside Knowlative is to insert the path to find it in the search box in the Knowlative App home page.
Our Units of Knowledge are divided in categories. Now we have these categories: #vocabulary, #meridian, #acupoint, #digitalmode, #format, #muscle, #muscletest, #technique, #group, #reference, #author, #frequency. (see also Knowlative Categories)
Every unit has a Name.
If you want to cite a particular Unit of Knowledge so that every Knowlative member can reach it, just write the category and the name in this format: #category Name of Unit.
For example, if you want to use the Bladder meridian cite one of the following possibilities:

  •, #meridian Bladder Channel
  •, #meridian BL
  •, #meridian Zu Tai Yang

If you want to cite the Hydratation Technique:

  •, #technique Hydratation.

To find the technique just log in Knowlative app and paste in the search box “#category Name of Unit” (From the examples above: #meridian Bladder Channel, #meridian BL, #meridian Zu Tai Yang, #technique Hydratation).
Citing the source as shown is also essential if you are planning to use one of our images or contents released under Creative Commons license in your work ( Creative Commons: cooperation is sharing our content ).
Tip: you can list all items of a particular category searching “#category” in the home page (e.g.: #meridian, #muscle, #muscletest,…).