There are two options for sharing in ProQuest RefWorks
Creating a Project is like creating a seperate ProQuest RefWorks account and is useful for larger scale group work. You can share projects with other ProQuest RefWorks account holders. Everyone you share a Project with has full access and editing rights for the Project.
There are a number of options for sharing folders.
No ProQuest RefWorks account needed. Anyone with the link can:
See the contents of a folder.
Export the folder references to a file which can be used to add the references to another account with ProQuest RefWorks or other referencing tools.
Create a reference list from a limited selection of referencing styles.
Share a folder with another ProQuest RefWorks account holder
You will need the email address used to sign in to the ProQuest Refworks account you want to share with.
You can choose the level of access you want to grant.
Creating and Sharing Projects in ProQuest RefWorks
When you create a ProQuest RefWorks account all your work is in a default Project called Untitled Project. There is often no need to create additional Projects for your own work, but it is a good option for larger scale shared work.
Create a Project
Click on Manage Projects in the drop down menu next to the project title in the blue bar at the top of RefWorks. The default project title is Untitled Project.
Click on Create Project and name your Project.
Share a Project
Click on Manage Projects in the drop down menu next to the project title in the blue bar at the top of RefWorks.
In the list of Projects click on Actions >> Sharing settings
Enter email addresses to invite others. They will have full editing rights for the project.
Email addresses must be associated with a ProQuest RefWorks account. Check with others what email they use to log into ProQuest RefWorks before sharing.