Although sharing your EndNote Library with colleagues is now easier, adhering to copyright regulations is still important.
Not all attachments can be shared - especially if the document is from a subscribe publication. Therefore, the SA Health Library service advises you not to share or distribute your EndNote Library containing attachments with someone from an institute "outside" SA Health.
For further advice please contact the library service.
Sharing your EndNote library
Using EndNote version X7.2 or above will allow you to share an existing EndNote library with your colleagues (up to 100 people with EndNote X9), or work as a team to create a new library from scratch.
In order to share your library, you must set-up your EndNote account and fully sync your library first. If you have not synced your library please watch the below tutorial
How it works
One person will create the library and then share it with their colleagues, and this library can be shared with anyone using EndNote X7 or above
Share your entire EndNote library, including references, PDFs, and annotations
The 'owner' of the library can select who has 'read and write' or 'read only' permissions
Everyone who has the appropriate permissions can add to, annotate and use the library – at the same time
The 'owner' of the library can remove colleagues from the shared list at any time
*Important; you can only share one library with others, but multiple libraries can be shared with you