There are two versions of EndNote:
See Which version should I use? for more detail about the differences between the two versions.
The Library fully supports the use of both versions of EndNote. There is detailed help on our website, including workshop dates, step-by-step guides and FAQs:
This suite of videos starts with registering for an account (although we recommend registering via Web of Science to get enhanced access), and runs through basic and more advanced features.
The EndNote and Mendeley plugins in Word don't play nicely together, so you might experience problems if you have both installed. The most common error message seen is 'Cannot edit range' when trying to insert a citation from EndNote into a Word document.
To stop this happening you have to disable the Mendeley plugin by following these steps:
You will need to do this every time you open a document in Word.
It is possible to share a library with up to 100 people. All you need is Endnote X7.2 or higher and an Endnote online account. You can only share one library because you can only have one library associated with an online account. If you want multiple online accounts you will need to use a different email address to register for each one. As multiple people will be working on the library it is a good idea to take frequent back ups by going to File > Compressed Library.
Watch this short video to find out more.
This feature uses the title, abstract and references from your library to suggest relevant journals for your paper. Find out more using the link below.