- Will there be a webinar on how to use the basic Bible study work flow?
- I have been using it for a while. My questions would be where would the information for the genre go; how do you do the observation questions in step one (this step feels like it is just reading, though it does say to make highlights for things to research later); how does it fit the basic bible study model of observation, interpretation, and application? Why is the step for comparing with commentaries so early in the stage? Where does word studies fit into the steps (I have been doing them with the translation comparison)? Why is the summary of the passage so late in the steps, and why is the step for themes of the passage second to last? I have the book by Gordon Fee and I feel his steps are very different. He states in the book to begin the study with background research on the book itself (author, audience, and city, etc.). He has the text comparison right where you guys have it. He says to read the whole book first and then dissect into smaller passages, and then he talks about comparing commentary last (as well as to limit your comparison to just making sure you are interpreting correctly). I guess, I am just confused on the steps, where to do the background research and genre knowledge. Thank you for taking the time to listen and help. I absolutely love Logos, especially 8, and how much help it gives to me in my personal studies. Please continue to do what you are doing.
- Thank you to everyone who attended the Logos 8 Notes Webinar this morning. If you missed the webinar or if you'd simply like to watch the webinar again, we have posted a free video recording below. Enjoy! https://faithlifetv.com/items/6267302/13 Logos 8 Notes WebinarWatch "2/13 Logos 8 Notes Webinar" on Faithlife TV, the premier video library for everyone—students, kids, families, and Bible enthusiasts.faithlifetv.com
Logos 8 Notes and Highlights FAQ
Why can’t I find “Corresponding Notes and Highlights”?
This feature is coming back in 8.3. I demonstrated how the Corresponding Notes and Highlights visual filter will markup the same words as notes that you’ve taken in another resource (just as in Logos 7), but I forget to mention that this feature is currently in beta. Sorry, guys! —Adam
Why don’t I have “Add Highlight” in my right-click menu?
This is another feature in beta and I forget to mention— I mean, uh, SURPRISE! Brand new feature coming your way soon! … Right? 😳—Adam
When will Reference sort order be available?
Reference sort will be available in 8.3, which is currently in beta, and scheduled to release to all user March 4.
Can I store a note in more than one notebook? No. A note can be assigned to one notebook, or no notebook.
Can I merge two or more notebooks together? We don’t have a special “merge” function, but you can move all notes from one notebook into another notebook. Multi-select the notes (remember: click, scroll, shift+click) and set to another notebook in right-side “edit” pane, or drag to another notebook on the left.
How do I share my notes? To share notes, put them in a notebook, and share that notebook. The easiest way to share a notebook is to make it Public in the Notes tool: click the three-dot menu on the notebook ( ⋮ ), and click Share.
Can I share to a group, not Public? Yes, you can share to a Faithlife Group from documents.logos.com.
How do I select all notes in the list?
A technical limitation prevents us from selecting more than 300 notes, so we haven’t enabled a Ctrl+A / Cmd+A keyboard shortcut to “select all.” That’s something we plan to add in a future version. For now, multi-select using standard controls: Click the first note, scroll, then hold the Shift key and click the last note, to select all the notes in between.
Can I export my notes to Microsoft Word, etc.?
Yes, you can do this through the Print dialog. Please note: at the time of this webinar, only your written note content prints. It will not include reference anchors or the highlighted text of a resource. We are working on restoring this very soon.
Does the Logos mobile app have the new version of Notes?
Yes. A few introductory videos are posted in the Logos Help Center.
How can I get more training?
For other frequently asked questions, see https://www.logos.com/faq/notes.
- Other than a few voice issues, the webinar on "Learn How to use the New Logos 8 Notes Tool" was fantastic. Thanks for the excellent work done. I didn't agree with many commentators that the pace was too fast. To me, it was just right. However, I would have loved to be able to go back and rewatch several sections of the webinar. Question: Was the webinar recorded, and if so, how does one get access to it.
- Thank you to everyone who attended the Logos 8 Notes Webinar this morning. If you missed the webinar or if you'd simply like to watch the webinar again, we have posted a video recording below. Enjoy!2/13 Logos 8 Notes WebinarWatch "2/13 Logos 8 Notes Webinar" on Faithlife TV, the premier video library for everyone—students, kids, families, and Bible enthusiasts.faithlifetv.com
- Are there any upcoming webinars on using Faithlife Sites?
- Jonathan Snyder, great feedback. We have Faithlife Sites user guides here, https://support.faithlife.com/hc/en-us/categories/360000498312. Would love your feedback about them. I recommend starting with this video: https://support.faithlife.com/hc/en-us/articles/360004628811-Get-Started-with-Faithlife-Sites cc: Kyle
- Thank you all for you timely response! I was just bragging on your customer service to my boss. TOP NOTCH. I will check out these resources and someone has already contacted me to setup a one on one training. Thank you, again!
- Is there a link to the initial L8 webinar?