EndNote Online syncs with the EndNote library on your computer to provide a backup. You can use it to share individual folders with collaborators. You can also use it to add references to your EndNote library when you're away from your personal computer.
You will be prompted to create an EndNote online account when you download the client software. Follow the step in the Preferences set up for Sync and choose to "Sign Up."
You can log on to EndNote Online here.
After creating your Endnote Online account, you will need to sync it with your library.
You can collaborate with other Endnote Online users by sharing specific groups instead of your whole library. You do not have to use EndNote Online to share libraries. It is easier to share libraries in the client program.
Endnote and Web of Science are part of the same company, and you can upload your manuscript abstract and references to generate journal matches for publication.
If you haven't created an Endnote Online/Web of Science account, you need to do that first. After you've registered, click on "Endnote."
Then click on "Match."
Fill out the form. If you don't use Endnote for citation management then you don't have to include your references. If you do, including references makes the search more precise.
You'll see a list of possible journal matches.