1. In Google Scholar®, click Settings.
  2. In the Bibliography Manager section, select Show links to import citations into EndNote.
  3. Click Save Preferences.
  4. Perform your search.
  5. If you are using Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, or Firefox and have the Picker installed, you will see a blue bar at the bottom of the page with the text Citavi found n references to import directly. Click here to import the references. Click the link. The references are added to Citavi.
    ... or ...
    If you are working with another browser or do not have the Picker installed, for each reference you want to add click Import into EndNote.
Please note that the following information is usually not included in Google Scholar and will usually not be imported:
  • Full names of authors and editors
  • Abstracts
  • Place of publication (for books)

For Firefox Users

If you do not accept third-party cookies, the Citavi Picker cannot send information from Google Scholar to your project. In order to send information to your project, you need to create an exception for Google Scholar.

  1. Click the Firefox button in the top-left corner of your browser.
  2. Click Options > Privacy.
  3. In the History group in the Firefox will dropdown menu, select Use custom settings for history.
  4. Click the Exceptions button (next to the Accept cookies from sites checkbox).
  5. In the Address of website field enter scholar.google.com and click Allow. If you use a country-specific version of Google Scholar (for example, scholar.google.de), repeat this step for each country-specific version you use.