Import pdf into endnote library's .Data folder

Solomon Chak shared this idea 7 months ago
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I found it really useful that after downloading RIS from the export reference button, I can open it in Endnote and the pdf will be automatically attached. However, the pdf is stored in a separate folder (e.g. Downloads/Kopernio) instead of where Endnote library's .Data folder. So after I clear my Downloads folder, all the pdfs were gone.

Please add a function so that pdfs will be saved in the endnote library's .Data folder.

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I think this is really important too! PDFs imported this way do not sync to EndNote Online either.

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We are working on a more seamless EndNote integration and hopefully, we can share positive updates on this feature soon. It's definitely on our roadmap! 🙂

In the meantime, you might find this step-by-step guide to changing your browser's download settings helpful:

https://kopernio.zendesk.com/hc/en-gb/articles/360019088794-How-can-I-change-the-download-location-


Virag - Kopernio team

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This feature is now available to EndNote X9.2 users.

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Thank you for that change. How can I move the PDFs that were stored in the Kopernio folder before you changed this into the Endnote DATA folder? I have a couple hundred of those...

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Hi Tore,


Thank you for reaching out.

Unfortunately, there isn't a function to move all PDFs to the EndNote Library Data folder and attach to the corresponding reference.

I appreciate this is not the most convenient solution, but maybe you could try to import the Kopernio downloads folder to a new EndNote library.


Best,


Virag

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