The references acquired from the summary bar are listed in the Added but not yet viewed category in the
Later, when you are ready to view the references listed in the Added but not yet
viewed category, you can search for more information on the web related to each
individual reference. For more information on how to do this, please see the section
about using Citation Lookup on references already in your library
Sometimes this summary will indicate that Sente was unable to identify any
references on the page. This can happen, even when there clearly are references on
the page, for several reasons:
•the website, or at least the specific type of page, is not yet supported by Sente;
•something about the site has changed and broken Sente’s ability to detect
references on a page that used to work.
Whenever you find a page that you think Sente should support, but does not, you
can click on the envelope icon in the summary bar to send us a request to
investigate. If the site is one that we have supported in the past, we will normally
try to correct the problem as quickly as possible. If we have not yet added support
for the site, our decision about whether to add support will depend, in part, on the
number of requests we receive from users.
Obtaining Articles as References from Online Newspapers
Sente currently supports a few online newspapers such as the New York Times, from
which you can easily acquire articles using targeted browsing.