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Endnote is a citation tool that comes in three forms. There is endnote online, endnote desktop, and Web of Science integration. Each option has different features with the online version being considered basic.
Endnote Online is your run-of-the-mill citation tool whose functionality is elevated when used in tandem with endnote desktop. Endnote Desktop is a plugin that comes with more features. So it manages the references as well as helps you insert citations within your document then creates a bibliography for you at the end.
Visit my.endnote.com and sign up for a free account. This will lead you to a user interface that has numerous options like ‘collect’, ‘organize’ etc.
Next, you want to install the plugins. Using Endnote online only is a waste of resources. You do not get to enjoy the full functionality of the citation tool at the basic level.
To install plugins…
Go to the ‘options’ tab and select ‘download installers’. From this, you get two plugins. The first is a tool that will help you capture references and import them into the library. The second is the citation tool that will enter citations into your Word document as well as create the bibliography.
Sources can be added to the Endnote library by exporting directly from the sources, capturing metadata, searching, importing files like RIS and manually entering bibliographical information.
The exporting option is only available for sources that have an option of saving to Endnote.
Click on ‘collect’ then on ‘new reference’. From there follow the prompts to add bibliographical information.
Click on ‘collect’ and then on ‘import references’. Select the file to upload then enter the import option. You may add the tag under which to save the file then click on ‘import’.
Sharing your library is an important feature of any citation tool. After all, it makes the difference between having to manually compare sources used for individual contributions to collaborative papers and simply knowing from the offset while writing. Obviously, backing up your library and ensuring that both the online and the desktop endnotes are synced are critical in ensuring that sharing your sources is seamless.