EndNote Basic and Desktop support: Sharing Groups

This guide describes how to access and use EndNote Basic, a citation management system, and gives a brief overview of the desktop versions of EndNote

Sharing Groups With Others

EndNote Basic allows users to share their groups (or folders) of citations with other EndNote Basic users. You can choose to allow others to see a group or give them the ability to add, remove, or edit the citations in the group. To share groups with others:

1. Go to the Organize tab and choose Manage My Groups

2. Find the group you want to share and click on the manage sharing button next to it.

4. Then, click on the Start sharing this group link

5. Enter the email addresses of the people you want to share the group with in the center of the page, and then click the blue Apply button. Now, those people will be able to see and add to your group


Accessing Groups Shared With You

You can see the groups others have shared with you on in the "Groups Shared by Others" section of the left-hand menu

You can see more information about the groups, such as the number of citations and who shared the group with you by going to the Organize tab and choosing Other's groups

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