I am getting to grips with logos 9 after a long hiatus (God is good), I would like to recommend some time be spent on the "Notes" function in future updates- this tool could be much more powerful than it currently is perhaps with the following suggestions: Folders - A user can create custom folders in the notes tool to organize research, passage studies, and word studies as well as daily devotional reflections. If this is currently available it's not clear in what way to organize it. Titles- A note should have the option of having a title to easily identify it currently the notes function simply utilizes the first few lines of a note as a reference. Templates- It could be useful, especially to new users (and new Christians) to have a template function for common note taking forms such as the S.O.A.P method etc In the same way Logos organizes a users study interface with workflows it could/should orginize a users note taking workflow.
Kevin — EditedHi Ian, You can create individual Notebooks, however many people prefer to use tagging which can also be filtered. https://support.logos.com/hc/en-us/articles/360018492791-Using-Notebooks has some images and tips. With regards to Templates, you may wish to look at Workflows which will create notes based on form inputs. Having just looked, it looks like someone has already created a SOAP one that you can duplicate into your own documents. I don't know how applicable it is, but it might be a good starting point. The Workflow will create a new Notebook for the bible reference you are studying, and the individual responses will be individual notes within this Notebook. https://documents.logos.com/documents/394fe380b5b14b6dbba98edeca74764c/details https://www.logos.com/features/workflows
- NOTEBOOKS! that's the missing link I was looking for- Because the left-hand panel defaults to FILTERS I missed the notebooks tab- this makes ALL the difference in y attempts to organize my studies. Thanks Kevin!