You can organize references on EndNote Basic by creating either a Quick List or a Group. A Quick List really does what it says on the tin; you can create a list, but it is only good for your active session in EndNote; once you log out, the Quick List is cleared. If you need to put together a bibliography to print for class, and class starts in half an hour, Quick List is your friend. Otherwise, Groups are recommended for long-term organization. The process is very similar for both options.
ADDING TO A QUICKLIST OR GROUP
EndNote Basic also allows you to share your groups. Note that this will not share attachments, simply the citation information. You can share a group with Read Only access, so they can only see the group, or Read & Write access, which allows the user to make changes to the group. EndNote Groups can be shared with users at any institution, provided that you have their email address.
SHARING A GROUP
FINDING A GROUP THAT HAS BEEN SHARED WITH YOU