Mendeley is a popular reference management tool that allows researchers to organize their research, collaborate with others, and generate bibliographies. Adding a web page to Mendeley is easy and can help you keep track of online resources.
Step 1: Open Mendeley
First, open Mendeley on your computer or mobile device.
Step 2: Click on “Add Document”
Next, click on the “Add Document” button in the top left corner of the Mendeley interface.
Step 3: Select “Add Webpage”
In the dropdown menu that appears, select “Add Webpage” to add a new webpage to your Mendeley library.
Step 4: Enter Webpage Information
Enter the URL of the webpage you want to add to your Mendeley library. Mendeley will automatically populate the page’s metadata, such as the title and author, if available. If not, you can manually enter this information.
Step 5: Save the Webpage
Once you have entered the webpage information, click “Save” to add the webpage to your Mendeley library.
Step 6: Edit the Webpage Information
If you need to make changes to the webpage information, such as the title or author, you can edit it by clicking on the webpage in your Mendeley library and selecting “Edit”.
Step 7: Tag the Webpage
To help keep your Mendeley library organized, you can tag the webpage with keywords that will make it easier to find later. To do this, click on the webpage in your Mendeley library and select “Tags”.
Step 8: Sync Your Library
To ensure that your Mendeley library is up to date across all of your devices, click on the “Sync” button in the top right corner of the Mendeley interface.
Step 9: Use the Webpage in Mendeley
Now that you have added the webpage to your Mendeley library, you can use it to generate bibliographies or cite it in your research papers.
Adding a web page to Mendeley is a simple process that can help you keep track of online resources. By following these steps, you can easily add web pages to your Mendeley library and use them in your research.