By default, Zotero is loaded with major citation styles, including APA, MLA, and Chicago / Turabian styles. However, Zotero has access to ~9000 different styles, available through the Zotero Style Repository: https://www.zotero.org/styles. Students, faculty, and researchers who need access to a style not initially available in Zotero will need to find and download their preferred output style from the repository. For help finding and installing style packets, see this guide from Zotero: https://www.zotero.org/support/styles.
NOTE: Zotero does not come loaded with AMA format by default. However, AMA format is available through the Zotero Style Repository.
Generating a bibliography
The following Zotero applications can be used to generate bibliographies:
Zotero Desktop: this is one of the simplest tools to use when creating a bibliography.
Zotero.org: uses the same rules as Zotero Desktop. Useful when generating a bibliography when not at your personal computer.
Zotero Word and Google Docs plugins: generates in-text citations and bibliographies as you work. This is the most efficient option.