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The latest version of EndNote adds new collaboration tools to the market-leading research manager and bibliography generator.

More than just a reference manager. EndNote moves you through the research process as you search, organize, write, publish and share.

What's new

Brand-new library sharing with up to 14 colleagues, anywhere in the world
A global research community that lives in EndNote online
Background synchronization so your work is continuously saved online
Advanced PDF importing, file naming and organizing
Expanded format options, with more than 6,000 reference styles
Bibliography subheadings for more control and flexibility
New choices for organizing your research materials
New reference types such as interview, podcast, conference paper and press release

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