Helping us build the future of EndNote - Add your voice to the future of reference management - Tell us what you think.

Date of news item: 15 May 2015

Thomson Reuters want to know what you think, how you work, and what you need.

"EndNote (maybe you've heard of it!) has been a part of researchers' lives for more than 20 years. Way back in the early '90s, EndNote changed the way researchers created bibliographies. Since then, it has continued to evolve into the most popular tool on the market for collecting, organizing and sharing references.

However, we can never stop evolving. Thomson Reuters spend their time thinking about EndNote's future and how it can better support researchers throughout their entire research and writing process. But the ideas that really matter come from the research community - you! Your input will help to develop research workflow tools in a manner that fits your changing research needs."

Take the survey today to help shape the future of Endnote: