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Users are able to add citations to their Concord lists in multiple ways. Learn about the various options and then choose your favorite way to add a citation to your list.

Watch these videos or scroll down for written step-by-step instructions. 

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Use any of these methods to add a citation to a List in Concord.

Right-Click on a Citation to insert into a List from the Study Tools panel:

  1. Right-click on a citation in the search results.
  2. Select "Copy to List" and select the existing or new list to which you wish to add the citation.
    1. It will copy the exact citation to the list.
    2. To edit the citation choose a different method from the options below or manually edit the citation in the list by double-clicking it or clicking the pencil icon.


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titleMac Users: How to Right-Click

If you use a trackpad on your Mac, you can still perform a "right-click" as if you were using a mouse. Here's how: Go to System Preferences and select "Trackpad." Select "Point & Click" in the menu at the top. Check the box for "Secondary Click" and select from the 3 options which one you would like to do in order perform the "right-click" (or "secondary click") function.


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Add a citation to a List with the 3-Dot Menu in the Study Tools panel:

  1. Click the Three-Dot Menu next to a citation
  2. Select which list to add this citation to.
    1. It will copy the exact citation to the list.
    2. To edit the citation choose a different method from the options below or manually edit the citation in the list by double-clicking it or clicking the pencil icon.


Add a Citation to a List by Dragging and Dropping from the Citation Builder:

  1. Compose the citation in the book text.
  2. Be sure the correct citation appears in the Citation Builder at the top center of your screen.
  3. Click and drag the citation using the 9-dot icon in the Citation Builder to the place  in the List where you want it to appear.


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Add a Citation to a List by Dragging and Dropping from Search Results:

  1. Identify which citation you would like to add to your list.
  2. Click and hold on the 9-dot icon on the left side of the search result. While clicking and holding, drag the citation to the desired position in your list. A green “drop zone” will appear indicating that you can release your citation.
  3. You can drag and drop multiple citations by using the checkboxes on the right side of each search result or by using keyboard shortcuts to select multiple citations. Once multiple citations have been selected, to move a group of citations, click and hold the 9-dot icon of any of the selected citations and drag it to your list.



Add a Citation to a List by Right-Clicking:

  1. Compose the citation in the book text.
  2. Using your mouse, right-click on the green highlighted text and a menu appears.
  3. Select "Copy to List"
  4. Select which List to add this citation to.
    1. The citation will automatically appear as the last citation in your List.


Add a Citation to a List with the 3-dot Menu from the Citation Builder:

  1. Highlight the citation in the book text
  2. Click the 3-dot menu in the Citation Builder
  3. Select Copy to List
  4. Select the List Name in the menu.
    1. The citation will automatically appear as the last citation in your List.


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