If you’re using EndNote you might want to know what’s been happening in the EndNote world over the past few months and if there are any new developments making citing references and document formatting easier.
EndNote X7 (desktop version) for Windows and the Mac was released over the summer. A major new feature for Windows users is an EndNote plug-in for adding citations and reference lists to Microsoft PowerPoint slides. It seems that it’s not available for Mac users at the moment.
Free basic version of EndNote. EndNote Basic is a free online version of EndNote, and was formerly known as EndNote Web. It provides users with the ability to store 50,000 references, 2GB of file storage, 21 bibliographic styles, 5 online search connectors, and 9 import filters. With EndNote Basic you can create groups which you can share with others. It is also possible to link the desktop version to the web version, allowing you to synchronize your libraries.
EndNote on the iPad. There is a recently released EndNote app for the iPad. This synchronizes with the web version. If you’re interested the app is on sale until September 30.