When I click 'Reading Plans' on the left margin, I get the message "No reading plans available." I am a new user, can anyone help me discern whether I can access bible reading plans from this site? Is there something I am not doing or is there some membership level issue involved?
Hi Lloyd, welcome to the Forum!
As best that i understand using Biblia.com you will need to setup your reading plan in Logos 4 on your computer. You will also need to have Use Internet set to Yes (EDIT: as seen in Program Settings under Tools in Logos 4). Logos 4 will eventually sync your information to the Cloud on the internet and after it has it should show up in Biblia.com (if you are signed in in Biblia). Syncing sometimes takes a considerable time, at least for me.
As you can see below i have created a Reading plan in Logos 4 on my computer.
Also you can see below that in Biblia.com my reading plan shows up
EDIT2: if you do not know how to setup a Reading plan in Logos 4 please see this wiki page Reading Plan (Basics)
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steve clark: You will also need to have Use Internet set to Yes
As an alternative, if you don't want to keep Use Internet to Yes (to prevent delays on some computers), you can remember to enter the Sync command before closing L4. I set up a shortcut button for that. My recent experience indicates syncing usually shows up in Biblia.com within a few minutes.
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I have three different reading plans set up in L4 but only one is sync with biblia.com. How can I sync all three plans with biblia.com?
Remember to leave negative feedback in Logos App and consider letting the App Store know that Logos does not do what it advertises, specifically, 'syncing your reading plan to your devices wherever you are' (or something like that).
They currently have a 4 to 4 1/2 star rating, yet this reading plan issue is huge!
iCurteye:Remember to leave negative feedback in Logos App and consider letting the App Store know that Logos does not do what it advertises, specifically, 'syncing your reading plan to your devices wherever you are' (or something like that).
Synchronisation with Biblia is not related to the Logos App although the underlying synchronisation mechanisms are probably related.