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ENDNOTE: ENDNOTE CLICK

What is EndNote Click?

EndNote Click logo EndNote Click is a freely availably plugin for your browser which gives you quick access to the pdf of open access and library subscribed journal articles and lets you export both the reference and the pdf to EndNote Online or EndNote desktop in one click

For more information go to the EndNote Click "Get Started in Two Minutes" guide

How to get EndNote Click

To get started you need to install the EndNote Click plugin on your preferred browser. You can install it from the Tools menu in EndNote 20 or the Downloads options in EndNote Online. You'll be prompted to open an EndNote Click account.

(You'll need to use your UOB login the first time you use EndNote Click off-campus) 

You can also create an account at https://click.endnote.com

What does EndNote Click do?

When you search for articles using OneSearch, library databases or Google Scholar click on the article and EndNote Click will look to see if a PDF is available to view online.  If it isa View PDF logo will pop up on the page.

Click on this to go to EndNote Click where the PDF will be saved to your "locker".  From here you can view it, share it, download it or export it to EndNote.

Exporting to EndNote

  • Open the article in your EndNote Click locker.
  • Select Push to EndNote Web to send the reference to your EndNote Online account. It will go straight to your unfiled group with the pdf attached
  • Select Export to EndNote Desktop to upload it to the desktop EndNote programme.
    • In EndNote 20 click on the File menu> Import>File and browse for the article in your downloads folder.
    • Use Reference Manager (RIS) as the Import filter. The pdf will be imported with the reference