Answered By: Kelly Blanchat
Last Updated: May 31, 2023     Views: 1690

Q: Can I export citations from Google Scholar into Endnote?
Answered by: Kelly Blanchat

To export a citation from Google Scholar to EndNote:

  • Select "Cite" below the search results.
  • A pop-up with auto-generated citations will appear with links to various reference managers.
  • Select "EndNote" to download a citation.
  • In your local download folder, open the file and EndNote should automatically import it.

See image below.

If EndNote does not open automatically, make a note of the location of your downloads directory. In EndNote, select File > Import. Navigate to the file location and click on it. Pay close attention to the Import options in the drop-down menu on this dialog box, "Multi-Filter (Special)" should be selected.
 
For more information on using EndNote, see our guide to Citation Tools.
 
A screenshot from Google Scholar showing the reference manager options within the "Cite" tool.
 

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