EndNote is bibliographic management software that helps collect and manage citations for your research or coursework.
You can also use EndNote to organize PDF files and references. Watch this video to learn more:
How to use EndNote in 7 minutes (For Windows users)
Here's a little longer 25 minute intro (For Windows users):
And here is a 1 hour and 16 minute recorded class from vendor:
How to use EndNote in 6 minutes (For Mac users)
Here's a 1 hour, 3 minute class recording from the vendor (for Mac users):
1.) Manuscript Matcher, the EndNote Online new feature, finds the journals that best fit your manuscript, then helps you submit your work to the journal of your choice. Watch this video to learn more about this feature. (March 2015)
2.) 7.3.1 is the latest update (released April 1, 2015 ) to the base X7 desktop version available from the UTK download site.
7.3.1 has critical fixes to Cite While You Write regarding ambiguous citations.
Updates are free and should be downloaded within Endnote using "Check for Updates..."
For directions from Endnote, see http://endnote.com/kb/129024
3.) EndNote X7.2 was released Sept. 30, 2014. The key feature of that update was to have the ability to share your EndNote Library with up to 14 users. You can:
Note that you will need to have an EndNote Online account for sharing and syncing.
4.) Update Term List (Medical). (November 2014) Some publishers require citations to include full journal titles while others require abbreviations. Journal Term List can address this issue. By default, EndNote uses whatever form of the journal name you have in your EndNote records. The term list provides an alternative to this default. The following file is the latest journal term list (Medical) that includes more journals. Follow these steps to do the update: