Introducing "My Content" section was a nice gesture, but is pretty useless. Yes, it displays the name of the files that have something pertaining to the scripture being studied somewhere, but it is not accessible. Let me illustrate:
clicking on either of the files opens them up to the BEGINNING, not to the verses in question
All other resources outside of "My Content" section are useful and work as "digital library" should - eliminate the waste of time for manual searching and displaying needed content. But not "My Content." I wonder, is that a bad design or intentional?
IF Logos views user content as unimportant, than let's stop pretending and drop the whole thing (note syncing, using it on iPhones, Androids, etc and go to third-party providers, they do it better anyway), and IF Logos really thinks that user content is valuable, than how come it is so DIFFICULT TO USE?
I want to respectfully disagree with Mr. Pritchett. LOGOS' biggest problem is NOT ability to innovate, but to design and execute.