You click the 'Add Reference' button on a section where you want to add the reference. You then get the choices to add a reference manually, from a PubMed ID, from a RIS file (Endnote, Mendeley, RefWorks and so on) or a RevMan5 file.
A RIS file is a file containing reference data that can be exported from all major reference managers (Endnote, Mendeley, RefWorks and so on), or lists in PubMed, Epistemonikos, Ovid or other reference sites.
When importing from PubMed using the 8-number PubMed ID, it will pull in all the information PubMed contains about that reference.
When importing a RevMan5 file as a reference, make sure to have added your forrest plots as figures. See: Adding a RevMan5 file as a reference. The forrest plots are placed in the 'Results' tab.
If you are uploading many references or files, you can turn on the "Bulk reference mode" to prevent you from having to wait for the system to update between uploads.
When you have added a reference you can
You can add the abstract, information about the results, comments or see where the reference is used. (4)