Imports can be made in several ways:
There are different ways to import, depending on which browser is used
Firefox: When you need to get the references into Mendeley, click save in this box
The downloaded file is displayed in the upper right corner of the address bar.
Make sure Mendeley is open and click the arrow.
Drag the file down over the Mendeley icon on the taskbar. Release the file once Mendeley has opened. If the file needs to be in a special folder, remember to have that folder open before you make a drag and drop
Chrome looks a little different:
Make sure Mendeley is open and then drag the Notepad file down over the Mendeley icon in the taskbar, after which Mendeley will open.
Drop the file in Mendeley
Web of Science: Savedrecs.bib
Goggle Scholar: citation.ris
The Royal Library's Library Database: Primo_RIS_Export.ris Bibliotek.dk: bibdk. [Dagsdato] _162952.ris
ALWAYS REMEMBER to check the references you get from different databases and other places. Mendeley is a utility only and import errors may occur
If the reference list is not correct, it could easily mean a lower grade. Always talk to your supervisor about what he / she wants
In Firefox and Chrome the webimporter is a Plug-in and will be located in the upper right corner of the Browser.
You can go from Mendeley Reference Manager - tools - Install Mendeley Web Importer, or you can go via this link https://www.mendeley.com/reference-management/web-importer/