I need to create footnotes that reference a place in the page footer or on the last page, where I can place the additional information.

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    Welcome to the site. You can search this site for \footnote and get a wide variety of information on how LaTeX handles footnotes. Jan 29, 2020 at 20:41

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There is a command for footnotes in most LaTeX document styles: \footnote{Text that you want here}.

The Overleaf footnote help page will give you some good hints.

If you want endnotes, then you could use the package endnotes. There is a good answer on how to do it here.

If you need notes in the end of the chapter, the answer is given here.

In some styles you can use very fancy notes in the margin, or margin notes. They work with the \marginpar command.

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