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Guidance on using EndNote software at the University of Adelaide

You can share your designated EndNote Sync library with up to 100 other EndNote desktop users, and assign access rights individually for each user.
The quick reference guides below provide an overview of the Sharing window in EndNote 20 (for Windows and macOS users).

The following videos demonstrate the library sharing and group sharing functions in EndNote.

EndNote 20 library sharing (1:02)


You can share a specific set of references from your EndNote library with up to 1,000 selected users.  Note that the people with whom you share will not be able to view file attachments.

EndNote 20 group sharing (1:16)

Before you access a shared EndNote library you need to accept the library sharing invitation.  This video demonstrates how this is done.

EndNote 20 library sharing invitation (0:22)


Once you have accepted a library sharing invitation you can access the library. You can have access to multiple shared EndNote libraries at the same time.

EndNote 20 opening a shared library (0:40)