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What does EndNote online do?
Use EndNote online when
You just want to save a relatively few references for a paper and create a bibliography using those references in a style of your choice.
You are using a public computer.
You are collaborating with one or more people on a project.
You want to synchronize your EndNote X6 or X7 Library on one or more computers.
Sync includes groups and group associations but does not include group sets, smart groups, and groups within combination groups. These will be added in a later release.
You can select any EndNote library that you created with EndNote, version 8.0 or above to synchronize with your EndNote online library.
You can change an EndNote library in Sync Preferences at any time. The Sync process begins automatically when you click OK.
All file attachments that you transferred in an earlier version of EndNote are replaced with the actual file attachments.
Sync works with only one library and one EndNote online account.
Transfer and Sync used together with mixed versions can result in duplicates. Use Find Duplicates when this occurs to remove duplicates
Sync will identify transferred references as duplicates. Use Find Duplicates when this occurs.
Sync includes references that have been moved to the Trash group. If you have references that were moved to Trash in the desktop version, those references will be moved to Trash group in the online version.
You cannot synchronize an EndNote library with your EndNote online library when you are in Online Only mode.
You want to find a journal to which to submit an article for publication.
When first using the EndNote program, create a username and password to connect to EndNote Online.
Create your Username and Password from within Web of Science