Hi All, I was VERY disappointed to read the post below for two reasons.
1st comments were disabled and the thread locked. (I do understand the post it referred to was an accident and should have been removed. However, the information is now in the public domain.
2nd. As noted across this forum, there is a LOT wrong with V20. To the extent that many who have paid for V20 have gone back to V19 and many others not upgraded or are looking for other options.
The option should be to fix the outstanding gripes about V20 and do free updates to V20, not try and charge people for the bad choices made by the developers. Unless V21 is FREE to V20 users, I won’t be upgrading and indeed looking for an alternative solution.
BTW I have been an EndNote user since V8 and have recently taken over archive planning for a set of 10 linked History groups. That is a lot of licences that won’t be going to EndNote in the current situation.
Hello all! This is Gillian with the EndNote team. We are so grateful to have such a great, engaged community here. We read everything, even if we don’t always interact with it. Many of the things that we have added or addressed in patches to EndNote 20 we did because this community suggested it. So first and foremost, thank you for being here!
It seems as though this past weekend someone stumbled across a not-yet-ready-for-primetime web page regarding the upcoming EndNote 21, and posted it here. However, that page and the details on it are yet to be finalized, so regretfully we had to remove the post. We usually don’t remove things here — good or bad, we want the community to have a voice! — but in this case the details are still in flux and we don’t want to cause confusion if and when things should change. But here’s a couple things we can definitely share:
1. Yes, EndNote 21 is coming this spring! We are very excited to share it with you. More to come on more specific release timing and also the feature set. We’ll make sure this community are some of the first to know.
*2. Yes, there will be a preorder period with a discount! Look for more details on this in the next week or two.*Stay tuned… and happy citing!