As well as the desktop version (EndNote Desktop or EndNote Client), there is an online version of EndNote available
EndNote Online has similar, but more restricted, functionality to the desktop version of EndNote.
Why use EndNote Online?
It does not allow you to:
The online version may be a full account (EndNote Online, also called a premium account), or a basic account (EndNote Basic).
Differences between EndNote Online and EndNote Basic:
|EndNote Online||EndNote Basic|
|Available to users who have EndNote desktop (all University of Adelaide users)
Sync your desktop and online libraries
|Available to anyone (www.myendnoteweb.com)|
|Unlimited references||Storage limit of 50,000 references|
|Unlimited attachment storage||2GB attachment storage|
|4,200+ referencing styles||21 most commonly used styles|
|Full set of CWYW features in MS Word, via optional Cite While You Write plugin||Limited set of CWYW features in MS Word, via optional Cite While You Write plugin|
|Created via your Desktop library||Created by signing up via www.myendnoteweb.com|
|Lasts for two years from activation date - reverts to Basic after this
To reactivate for a futher two years: Upgrade to new version of EndNote, sync account
|Stays at Basic level|
We recommend that you create an EndNote online account through EndNote desktop to give you maximum storage capacity and access to local styles.
To set up an EndNote online account: