EndNote Basic has several special features that distinguish it from other citation management tools. Understanding these features will help you make an informed decision about how and when to use EndNote Basic.
This page provides information about EndNote Basic's primary distinguishing features.
Special Features List
Notable features of EndNote Basic:
1. After an account is established, EndNote Basic can be used on any workstation with an internet connection. Citations and bibliographies are accessible any time anywhere.
2. Research collaboration through sharing of bibliographies or citations.
Add email addresses of other EndNote Basic users to share a list of citations.
Citation sharing can be "read only" or "read & write" to give other users the privilege of adding citations.
Display of shared lists is optional on any EndNote homepage.
3. Use of Cite While You Write makes it easy to cite references in research papers.
Insert EndNote Basic citations into new documents, including in-text citations, endnotes, and footnotes.
A Cite While You Write plug-in is available to download.
Bibliographies in many different styles can be quickly generated for printing, emailing, or saving.