After you have located the full text for every reference in EndNote, the next task is important, as it allows you to upload your PDF files in bulk at one time (Step 3). You can watch the video or follow the written instructions below on how to organize your PDFs into a single folder using a Windows or Mac computer.
Now that your PDFs are in a single folder, you can import them back into Covidence. In EndNote, select or highlight the list of references with newly added PDFs. Click File and then click Export.
Save your file type as XML and for output style, select Show All Fields as the output style. The box at the top of the photo below indicates where the file will be saved. Remember where you save your file, as you will need to remember to follow the steps below to import the file back into Covidence.
Navigate back to the Bulk Uploads page in Covidence and click Choose XML File to search for the XML file you just exported from EndNote.
After you have completed your bulk upload, browse your references to ensure that the full text for each article was uploaded. If there are any missing, you can easily do a single article upload, by clicking add full text below the reference.