*Note that you can only export one article at a time from Google Scholar to EndNote.
In Google Scholar, look for the Cite tool as shown in the image below.
Then, select EndNote at the bottom of the pop-up window.
An alternative method will display an Import into EndNote link under each reference in Google Scholar.
Click on the three horizontal bars in the upper left-hand corner, and then click Settings.
Check the radio button next to "Show links to import citations into," and select EndNote from the drop-down list.
An "Import to EndNote" link will appear under each citation.
EndNote is best used as a software with the Microsoft Word App/Desktop Version. To use EndNote most effectively, we recommend:
Begin a document in Word online in OneDrive
Close the online document and open it in the Word App/Desktop version on your desktop
Use the Word App/Desktop version to utilize EndNote's Cite While You Write feature