The Collect menu includes a number of options for adding references:
When viewing a webpage or an online resource, you can ‘capture’ references and add them directly to EndNote Online or EndNote Desktop. You need to install a ‘bookmarklet’ which will allow you to do so:
To capture a reference or references:
Check the reference in your library to make sure all the bibliographic fields have been successfully captured. This can depend on the information available on the page you are trying to capture. Try to find a page with the full record information.
In many cases, you will find that the bookmarklet tool is not the best way to capture references as it works better for some databases than others. You might have better results using the online search within EndNote Online or exporting bibliographic details from online databases.
You can export references directly from Explore into EndNote or EndNote Online.
You can export references directly from Web of Science into EndNote or EndNote Online:
Your references will be in the Unfiled group. From the ‘Sort by’ drop-down menu you can sort the group to see the most recently imported items.
In Web of Science, search results which are already in your EndNote Online Library will have an icon displayed.
If you are using a computer without EndNote Desktop installed, for some databases a direct export to EndNote request will push the references into EndNote Online. Always check the references carefully. If the database you are using has no option to export directly you need to create a text file to import the references into EndNote Online.