EndNote Online is a free, cloud-based service that allows you to store an online version of your main EndNote library. It contains all your references, groups, and attached files such as PDFs. It is helpful as a backup to your main EndNote library. It is also beneficial to use your library on several different computers or share your library with collaborators.
Creating an account and syncing
Use the registration link below to set up your EndNote Online account. You will need to use your UTS email address when you register, but you can make up any password (within limits).
Once you have created your account, open your EndNote library and choose Edit > Preferences (Windows) or EndNote 20 > Preferences (Mac), then Sync. Add the email address and password you used to create your EndNote Online account. Then click OK
You can check the Sync Automatically box, but if you have a large number of references or a large number of attached files, the sync process can take some time. So you might prefer to uncheck this box and sync manually instead.
To sync manually you can use Library > Sync, or click on the Sync Configuration tab on the left of your Library window.
Accessing your library on other computers
To access your EndNote library on a different computer, first sync it with EndNote Online. Then go to the other computer, open EndNote, and create (and save) a new (empty) library. In this new library, choose Edit > Preferences (Windows) or EndNote 20 > Preferences (Mac), then Sync as before, adding the email address and password you used to create your EndNote Online account.
When you sync this library, the contents of your EndNote Online library will be downloaded into the empty library, and it can be used just like your original library. Whenever you use EndNote on that computer in the future, you should open and use this library. All the sync preferences will be saved, so you don't need to add them again.
You can share your entire EndNote library, including references, PDFs, and annotations with anyone using EndNote X8 onward. You can share with up to 100 people. When you share, you set permissions for your collaborators to either view or edit the library. You and all your collaborators must have EndNote online accounts for this to work.
Sharing your Library with others
You can choose the level of access (read only, edit) for each of your collaborators, and (if you prefer) share just a Group rather than the whole Library.
Using a Library someone has shared with you.