1. To export a single reference to EndNote, click on the quotation mark (Cite) icon to reveal the Citation options. Click the Export RIS icon. Do NOT select the EndNote icon - this only works with EndNote Web, the web-based version of EndNote.
2. To simultaneously export several references to EndNote, first click the push pin icon (Keep this item) to the top right of the record in the QuickSearch results list. The record background will turn yellow, and the icon will change, to indicate the record has been selected and added to your QuickSearch favourites.
3. After selecting multiple items and adding them to your favourites by clicking on the push pin icon, go to the top right corner of the web page and click the large push pin icon (Go to my favorites).
4. In the My favorites view, select the items you wish to transfer to EndNote (clicking the top checkbox selects all the items). Click on the three-dot (ellipsis) icon ("Push to" actions) and select Export RIS. Do NOT select EndNote, which sends the items to EndNote Web, not the EndNote desktop software. Click the Download button.
5. If you are using Firefox (recommended), select the Open option (EndNote X8) and click OK.
6. If you are using Chrome or Safari, the export information will save to a file. Click the downloaded file to open it in EndNote.
7. The reference or multiple references will import into EndNote, and will be visible in the temporary Imported References folder and the permanent All References folder. Please double-check that all the information is correct and present. In this example (below), while the starting page has transferred across, the ending page for the journal article has not transferred correctly. This will need to be manually corrected (or see the EndNote documentation for updating references from the online source CrossRef).