Multiple authors: Mess in bibliography


I’m trying to include multiple authors in an APA 7th style reference from a webpage.

This is the list: Hannah Ritchie, Esteban Ortiz-Ospina, Diana Beltekian, Edouard Mathieu, Joe Hasell, Bobbie Macdonald, Charlie Giattino, and Max Roser

Endnote is giving me this as the reference:

  • Hannah Ritchie, E. O.-O., Diana Beltekian, Edouard Mathieu, Joe Hasell, Bobbie Macdonald, Charlie Giattino, and Max Roser. (2020, May 26, 2020). Brazil: Coronavirus Pandemic. Our World in Data. heps://
    • (notice in red: Esteban Ortiz-Ospina is reduced to E. O.-O.,??)

and this as the in-text citation (no et al?)

  • (Hannah Ritchie, 2020)

Can someone please help in finding a solution for this, it’s driving me mad!
PS: It’s done this so far to all my references, not just this one… there seems to be no rhyme or reason ??

You need to be sure to enter each author on a separate line in EndNote.

If you have them all typed in on one line that will cause the issue.

Please see the Knowledge Base article

I suspect you have entered the authors (manually rather than imported)- all on one line in the record rather than one per line.  So it thinks the whole thing is a single very long author.  

It should be entered

Ritchie, Hannah

Ortiz-Ospina, Esteban

Beltekian, Diana

Mathieu, Edouard

Hasell, Joe 

Bobbie Macdonald,

Giattino, Charlie 

Roser, Max

Really depressing tbh kinda reminds me of when I was in history looking at my work about the Black Death seeing the mass graves. I want to see the Brazil leader gets the cronovirus and be in extensive care with the ventilator and I then quote him ‘it’s just a flu’.