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You can add references to your EndNote Web library manually, but EndNote Web also works with many online catalogues and databases. You'll find instructions below on how to transfer references into your EndNote Web library.
Watch a video showing you how to add items from LibrarySearch to EndNote Web or follow the steps below:
This feature allows you to capture bibliographic details from web pages and transfer them into your EndNote Web Library.
NB results vary depending on the data available on the web page, so always check your references when they've been added to your Library.
To install the Web capture option:
A key feature of EndNote Web is that it allows you to store your references in groups. References can belong to more than one group.
To create a group:
To add references to a group:
To search your library:
EndNote Web and desktop versions are designed to work with each other, so you can use both products if you wish. For example, you might choose to use EndNote Web at home in conjunction with EndNote desktop while on campus.
References can be transferred from your EndNote Web Library to your EndNote desktop Library and vice versa. Note that these will be 2 separate Libraries and you cannot automatically synchronise them, so when you add a new reference to
one of the Libraries, it will not appear in the other Library unless you choose to transfer it.
Below are instructions on how to transfer references between EndNote Web and EndNote desktop.