It is highly recommended to create only One EndNote Library and use groups to organize your references.
There are different types of groups in EndNote:
When working on several projects, you may want to organize your references into categories (assignments, courses, topics, etc.)
You can use Groups to organize your references into categories and Group Sets to manage the groups you create.
Groups and Group Sets appear on the left panel and they can be renamed or deleted as needed.
How to create Group Sets and Groups:
To avoid ending up with a large number of groups start by creating Group Sets.
I. Custom Groups
These groups allow you to add references manually.
II. Smart Groups
- Each time you add a reference to the library, EndNote updates the smart group automatically.
- Smart groups are dynamically updated by applying search criteria to each reference as it is added or updated.
Recommendations and Notes