Hello, Jim Straatman or Jeremiah Doyle (Faithlife), I am going to be talking to my pastor about Faithlife groups and I want to be able to tell him what Bibles are included with a new account. Can one of you please advise? I know the LEB is one of them, but don't know about the others. Also, is there a place where I could see a list of all the free resources a new user will receive? Thanks!
- Hi Mike Measley, I checked and either the sermon editor or the notes tool can be used to copy and paste text with scripture into the "article editor" and the scripture will become links, as you said. I have to thank you for pointing me to the "article" type of post, since I hadn't noticed it before, but it will come in handy for the summer church bible reading project I'm going to be helping with. There is lots of flexibility regarding the types of editing features available.
- Hello Eric Seelye and Mike Measley, just jumping in here, you are right that the behavior of Faithlife.com capturing Bible references, and rendering them so it's hoverable does not work in the mobile app. There currently aren't any plans to integrate this, but I'll pass it forward as a recommendation to the development team. At the moment, using ref.ly or Mike's solution is probably the best route.
- Hi Justin (Faithlife), thanks for your comments, I appreciate them. I understand that the functionality of Reftagger in mobile likely would have to be different, but if there was a way for scripture references to be automatically detected and made easily accessible it sure would be great.