When dealing with many references in the process of research, establishing good practices can help you better manage your references. In return, this can improve your efficiency in using EndNote. Here are some tips to help you better manage your references.
Groups in EndNote can help you organize references by different subjects so that you can quickly locate the reference later on. One reference can be assigned to different groups. References added to or deleted from groups will not affect the master record of your library under “All References”.
You can attach file(s) to your references with the following steps:
You can sort references by either:
You may search for references in EndNote Web with the steps below:
To identify duplicate references, you can use the Find Duplicates function as shown below:
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