I talked in another post about a problem for online search, and here I would to make a suggestion for by-default search option.
What I would like that Endnote offers to me as a user is:
Set up for example Pubmed (NLM) as my by-default online search for references, so I won’t need to click on Pubmed (NLM) each time I want to look for a reference!
Some other users should be able to select the Library of Congress, or Web of Science or both! More choice should be available (selectable/unselectable)
Endnote should be able memorize the choices and does the reference search accordingly when the user hit “Enter” (on the keyboard) or “Search” in the program menu.
Another option is to offer the possibility to select all or none, or some of the databases as the by-default online search! For example I should be able to select (or unselect) Pubmed, and/or Web of science and/or LISTA, and/or Library of Congress, as my default Online search.
Doing so, I don’t bother anymore that I have to click on Pubmed (NLM) each time I want to start a new search for news references.
The 4 available databases (in the front page); Library of Congress, Pubmed (NLM), LISAT, and Web of Science, should be selectable/de-selactable (wholly and/or individually) to be set up as the default databases
Good option, isn’t it?
It will save time by avoiding to go forward and backward, up and down to click on Pubmed to make new search and so on!
Set it up once as the by default search engine, and go!