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    Here’s an edited version of today’s webinar: https://faithlifetv.com/items/626730. We hope it’s helpful. Please post your follow-up questions and feedback to this group, and we’ll do our best to answer and address them as quickly as we can.
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    Welcome to the Logos Notes group. This is a place for users of Logos Bible Software to talk about the new Notes tool in the Logos desktop, web, and mobile apps. Share and learn tips, ask and answer questions, and show some of the cool ways you’re using Notes to help you do better Bible study—and let us know how we can make Logos Notes even better.
  • Can someone tell me how to customize note indentations in Logos notes? Specifically, I'd like to use the "bullet" feature, but not have the line/paragraph indented.
    1. Feature request: add a "send hyperlinks here" to notes as it is in Bibles and other resources.
      1. I have been seeing a problem when highlighting passages in psalms (ESV) For some reason if I highlight multiple lines of a passage, it chops off the last line in the anchor preview text. See attached image. Logos version: 10.1.0.0041 OS: Windows 11
        1. I can reproduce this - and, having done some tests, its not tied to Psalms (or any particular translation). Rather it seems to be related to literary typing - with this having for portions of text that are poetry but it doesn't happen to prose. For anyone from Faithlife wanted to check this it's worth experimenting in Exodus 15. This problem appears in the song passage from 1-21 but not from verse 22 onwards.
        2. Thanks for reporting this, I am taking a look into the issue.
      2. I may be mistaken, but I thought there was a way to find out the date a note was created but I can't remember how to do it. Can you help me remember or was I dreaming this?
        1. In the Notes Tool, at the bottom of each note, there is a label that gives an indication of when the note was created. If you hover your cursor over that label, the popup shows exact date / time of when the note was created and last saved
        2. Thank you Graham for your reply. I couldn't see it in the individual note, but I finally found it in the middle column of the note tool list of notes, and the column view had to be set to default to see it...strange, I would have expected it in the opened note view. Thanks again for your help!
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        1. Hi, is there a way to filter for notes taken within a chapter of a book? I'm reading for class and want to review my highlights for given chapters for the quiz, not the entire resource.
          1. , the best way to do that is in the resource itself. Open the resource, open the left sidebar, switch to the Notes sidebar tab, and filter to view your notes or highlights. Click through the notes to review the ones in the chapter you're interested in.
        2. I'm sure this has been asked before, but is there a way to bulk edit notes or even delete all notes? I have a few hundred notes/highlights I took during my time in college before I really knew how to take full advantage of the highlighting/note tools in Logos. They're all yellow highlight without any categories or filters attached to them. I'd like to be able to "start fresh" by being able to dump them all into a folder or just deleting them all at once (without having to go through one note at a time). Let me know!
          1. You can select those notes and drag them to the recycle bin at the very bottom of the notes tool. Less drastic would be to assign them to one notebook and then turn display of that notebook off in the visual filter.
        3. I inserted a wrong image on a note. How can I delete an image on it?
          1. Place your mouse cursor after the image, then Backspace to delete.
        4. New to Logos. When I make a note in my ESV the note shows up in other resources too. Is that supposed to happen or am I doing something wrong?
          1. Thanks
          2. Logos gives you the choice whether you want to add a note to a particular verse (showing up in all resources), or in just one resource. The anchor tells you which one you have used. See picture. If you right click on a verse you can choose (left column) "Reference", and then add a note. It will apply to all resources. Without selecting "Reference" (or after selecting a portion of text) the anchor will be that one resource. So it's your choice.
          3. Thank you
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          My defaulf font for resources and notes is Abyssinica SIL, but when I paste anything into notes, font is always Helvetica. I have tried to create a custom quotation-style, but without success. Is there a way to change character style for pasted notes?
          1. Hello, Jukka. Formatting (including font) is retained by default when pasting, but you can "paste without formatting" in the right-click menu, or Shift+Ctrl(Cmd)+V.