Exact time in "Last Update"

Hello!

At the moment I try to synchronize bibliographic data between two different systems. Is there any way to record/show the time of the last update?

The background is as follows: When importing the data from the other software, the “last update” field is set to the current date for each entry. If any changes are made the same day, this is not visible from the last update field. Therefore the exact time of the update would be necessary.

Thanks

BurninLeo

You can see the exact Last Update time - including minutes and seconds - from the “Record Summary” dialog. This is accessible by right-clicking on the record and choosing “Record Summary”.

Jason Rollins, the EndNote team

Hi,

thank you for the quick answer! It gives me hope that the time information is stored in the data.

Is there any way to see the time in the list view and to sort the entries by exact datetime?
(Right-clicking to the record summary is a bit time-consuming for 200+ entries)

Thanks
BurninLeo

No. It is currently not possible to customize the display of the “Last Updated” date format in the main EndNote library view. This is something we could consider for a future version.

Jason Rollins, the EndNote team