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EndNote Basic: 2. Organize

An overview of EndNote Basic for UF faculty, staff, and students.

2. Organizing References

The second step to creating a bibliography or publications list in EndNote Basic is to organize your references into "groups" or folders.

A "group" consists of similar citations. For example, all the citations for a journal article may be in one group or all the articles you need for a project.

Once you have created a group you have the ability to share that group with other EndNote Basic users.

Creating Groups

Creating a new group is easy. On the "Organize" tab, select new group. A pop-up window will appear and you can type in a name for your group.

Sharing Access to a Group

Once you have created a group, you can share that group.

1. On the "Organize" tab, Click the "manage sharing" button for the group you want to share.

2. Choose the link that says "start sharing this group"

3. Type in the e-mail addresses with which you would like to share the group of articles.

4. Choose whether you would like to give the person you are sharing with the ability to read only or read and edit (Read & Write) the citations in the group.

5. Click apply

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