EndNote is a bibliographic management tool. In EndNote you can:
Most databases provide a way to export citations or references that can be added to your EndNote account - just look for the Export option. For help on direct exporting, go here.
For some databases, you will need to save your citation as a plain text file (Wordpad or Notepad) and import that file. For more help on importing from databases, go here.
References can be organized into Groups in EndNote. Create different groups based on specific papers, projects, or topics. It is a good idea to create your groups first and then do your research and import your citations. You can also share groups with other project/team members, authors, professors, etc.
To insert references and format citations and bibliographies while you write, use the EndNote plug-in. It will also allow you to save online references to your library in IE for Windows.