How to "Mark as Read" in Reading Plan on iPad with web app

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Greg Dement | Forum Activity | Posted: Tue, Jan 5 2021 9:33 AM

I looked through previous posts and saw similar issues but was not able to find a solution specifically for my issue. Sorry if this had been addressed before.

I have started my first Bible reading plan. When using the Logos installed on my Mac I am able to progress nicely, with prompts/links taking me to the next scripture section while reading the plan. At the end of the daily readings there is a prompt to Mark as Read. I am able to click it and all is well.

When I use the web app on my iPad the same prompts/links are there and also work nicely for progressing through each section of the daily reading. At the end the prompt to Mark as Read is there as well but it is none responsive.  So when I complete a days reading on there I have to go to my Mac to Mark as Read for that days reading. Is there something I am missing? Thank you

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Graham Criddle | Forum Activity | Replied: Tue, Jan 5 2021 10:25 AM

I can reproduce the problem of the Mark as Read marker not being responsive on the web app when accessed from my iPad

Have you looked at using the Logos Bible app on your iPad? It would provide some better functionality - at least in some areas - and the reading plan markers work there

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Greg Dement | Forum Activity | Replied: Tue, Jan 5 2021 11:07 AM

Thank you, I will try that when I do tomorrow's reading. If that works it will solve my problem of not being able to sync the reading plan between iPad and Mac and all will be good for me.

I am not an IT guy at all but it does seem like it should be relatively easy for Logos IT to fix the issue on the web app since the prompt is already there but just needs to be activated.  That could prevent issues in the future, especially new people that run into it like I did.

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James Clark | Forum Activity | Replied: Tue, Jan 12 2021 8:43 AM

go to documents and click the name of the plan, reath through it, and flick back up to where you'll see the name of the plan, beside it theres a checkbox, click and done. 

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Greg Dement | Forum Activity | Replied: Wed, Jan 13 2021 1:23 PM

Thank you both! I am now able to successfully sync my reading plan from iPad to Mac using either method.
For future users ease, if FL can’t activate the Mark as Read prompt to complete this step, maybe they could use prompt to link user to the Check Box that James pointed out? 

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