EndNote Click is a cloud-based storage locker for PDF files which have a 'DOI' number.
EndNote Click gives you the option to open, read, and save compatible files (including any attached PDFs) directly to your EndNote library, with two clicks from when in browser display.
Note: EndNote Click will be less useful if you are predominantly using bibliographic resources that do not support doi-style PDF files.
Available features include:
EndNote Click is compatible with multiple browsers including Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Microsoft Edge and Opera.
Note: Mozilla Firefox is the recommended browser for MacOS users due to technical issues experienced with other browsers.
When you are viewing an article that is compatible, the EndNote Click popup icon (purple background with View PDF EN text) will appear.
If you have selected EndNote as your default reference manager, you can choose one of your custom groups as the destination or use the default 'Unfiled' group. A copy of the PDF will also be added to the reference in EndNote.
If using another reference manager, only the reference is transferred.
The 'Web of Science' option gives you access to other articles on the same topic.
No, only with those that are formatted for programmes like EndNote to read them - usually those with a unique 'DOI' number/ URL.
No, you can save references successfully to your EndNote Online or EndNote20 library without using EndNote Click.