EndNote Online (formerly EndNote Web) is the online counterpart to EndNote desktop.
It can be used to enhance the usability of the desktop version or as a standalone reference management product.
Using EndNote Online allows you to:
The 3 main advantages of using the desktop and online versions together are:
For help: EndNote Online Help
To enable syncing between your EndNote desktop and your EndNote online account, you must have registered for an EndNote web account and have Syncing enabled on your EndNote desktop version.
If you meet both of these conditions, click the Sync icon in the toolbar and the sync should occur automatically.
If you have an EndNote web account and your desktop library is not automatically syncing to it, you need to set your Syncing Preferences:
While sharing your entire desktop library with other EndNote users has been possible since Version X7.2, Endnote X9 introduces a couple of new features:
To share a library you and all your colleagues will need:
How it works:
To share your EndNote references:
You will see the email address added on the ‘Manage Sharing’ page.
To view references shared with you:
To transfer references to your own EndNote Library:
Note: This will only transfer the reference, not the PDF. You will need to find full-text to add the file.
This page has been adapted from the Notre Dame University Library LibGuide