EndNote is a citation manager that allows you to:
Two steps will create your account:
Account creation also lets you use email alerts, saved searches and other features.
Whenever starting a new project, paper, etc., select "Create a new group" from the EndNote homepage to best organize your citations.
EndNote allows you to "collect" citations.
To add or to view Keywords of a particular article, you will need to click on that article's entry within your EndNote. Once within the entry, you will find the Keywords category towards the bottom of the page.
When uploading a document by RIS file, it may automatically insert the article's subject terms into the keyword fields. You can edit, add, or delete this to your heart's content. It is your record.
At any point, you may search your records using the search box located towards the top left. This search box can search for your own applied keywords.
"Cite While You Write" is a Word plug-in that allows you to write your paper while it automatically inserts in-text citations and manages your reference list.
While you are logged into Web of Science, please click on "Downloads" from the navigation bar, select the download for your computer, and install.
You can always back up and export your EndNote Records using its "Export References" feature.