There are two recommended options for getting citations into your EndNote library.
Option 1: Export. Some databases have specific export utilities that code the citation data correctly and then allow either a direct export into EndNote, or allow you to download a file that you can import into your EndNote library. Databases, where this approach is recommended, include EBSCOhost, ProQuest, and Scopus. New PubMed also requires a file export.
Option 2: Capture References. This browser plugin will scrape citation information from a web page. This feature works very well with the legacy version of PubMed and some websites.
After you import citations into your library, the next step is to keep them happy and organized. See the next section of this guide to learn about creating folders, moving references between folders, and managing duplicate records.