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  • Re: Over $300 for L7 Features? Really?

    Some of the comments here really seam to be from some alternate universe. Someone compared the price of Logos to Evernote. Evernote is a simple note taking app. The two are not even remotely comparable when it comes to development cost. Also, apps like Evernote, Pandora etc. appeal to huge segments of people. Logos will always have a relatively small
    Posted to Logos 7 by Shannon Martin on Sat, Aug 27 2016
  • Re: Over $300 for L7 Features? Really?

    [quote user="Greg Terry"] What happened to "We will always have the Logos engine available for free?" Guess they can get around that by selling us "feature sets" instead o f the engine upgrade. I agree with many others that this is a bit much. I don't want to rent software and I don't want to be continually robbed in order to have their latest program
    Posted to Logos 7 by Shannon Martin on Fri, Aug 26 2016
  • Re: Bob: From King To Customer - The end of Faithlife as we knew it?

    [quote user="Bruce Roth"] My .03 cents. I am a causal user of the software with a lot of investment. Neither a pastor or scholar, just a layperson that teaches a lot. There is a classic problem with software and usability that hasn't gone away especially as software grows in feature/functionality. My classic example is Quicken Software. My initial exposure
    Posted to Logos 7 by Shannon Martin on Fri, Aug 26 2016
  • Re: Over $300 for L7 Features? Really?

    [quote user="Diego Lara"] I actually find $100 a year to have the latest and greatest from a top notch software company to be a very low price. [/quote] Totally agree. Actually based on what the going rate for software I almost wonder if that price is sustainable. Huge value.
    Posted to Logos 7 by Shannon Martin on Fri, Aug 26 2016
  • Re: Over $300 for L7 Features? Really?

    [quote user="Batman"] No, you are not alone. I find this ridiculous. I myself am what I will call a "light user", with "only" 1660 resources; yet, I have spent well over $2000 for this collection of stuff that I have to force myself to make time to figure out how to even use it. It was supposed to be a $400 investment, but, has turned out to be 5-6x
    Posted to Logos 7 by Shannon Martin on Fri, Aug 26 2016
  • Re: Bob: From King To Customer - The end of Faithlife as we knew it?

    [quote user="Denise"] Adam, I picked one nearest ... pretty representative and no intent to criticize the writer. What is it? The Corresponding Words Visual Filter automatically draws on surface, lemma, and root data to automatically identify similar words on hover over or on click. How does it work? The new Corresponding Words Visual Filter instantly
    Posted to Logos 7 by Shannon Martin on Fri, Aug 26 2016
  • Re: Bob: From King To Customer - The end of Faithlife as we knew it?

    Sounds like Amazon may be a good solution for you. For me a set of books is worth intrinsically more in the Logos system than on my Kindle. I had several Kindle books that I repurchased in Logos because of this added value. However, if cost is the only consideration Amazon is a great choice.
    Posted to Logos 7 by Shannon Martin on Fri, Aug 26 2016
  • Re: Bob: From King To Customer - The end of Faithlife as we knew it?

    [quote user="Batman"] Once again Faithlife, Logos, or whatever they are being called this week, has made at best "ambiguous" statements in ads. This is far too frequent. I'm not a long time user-- only 6 years. But, I cannot tell how many "oh, we didn't mean that" or "Oops, we are sorry for the confusion" apologies for advertising errors. Maybe in the
    Posted to Logos 7 by Shannon Martin on Fri, Aug 26 2016
  • Re: Bob: From King To Customer - The end of Faithlife as we knew it?

    Thanks so much. Very well explained. As a bivocational pastor with a business background I can certainly appreciate the complexity of the business you are running. Candidly when I compare Logos7 price points to software in other sectors it seems like a excellent value. I have certainly paid more for less. God bless your company. I am grateful that you
    Posted to Logos 7 by Shannon Martin on Thu, Aug 25 2016
  • Re: Bob: From King To Customer - The end of Faithlife as we knew it?

    I can not believe the lack of grace on these boards. Faithlife is a company that is creating a wonderful resource that makes our jobs so much easier and yet every time they make any move at all this board and twitter light up with people acting as if they have been stabbed in the back. Nobody is forcing us to upgrade to 7. Nobody is forcing us to subscribe
    Posted to Logos 7 by Shannon Martin on Wed, Aug 24 2016
  • Re: Over $300 for L7 Features? Really?

    The beauty of this is that nothing happened to Logos 6. Logos 6 is the same program it was last week before 7 was introduced. If someone does not see the value in 7 they will be happy to stick with 6. Just like when Ford came out with a 2016 model after I bought my 2015. I am grateful that Faithlife, and Ford for that matter, have not stopped innovating
    Posted to Logos 7 by Shannon Martin on Wed, Aug 24 2016
  • Re: Can I Just Say...

    Amen. As a bivocational pastor without a seminary background Logos has been so helpful. I bought Logos6 2 years ago. I was apprehensive about the investment, but after using the program I never once 2nd guessed my decision. I am so glad that Faithlife continues to develop and bring out new versions of the software.
    Posted to General by Shannon Martin on Wed, Aug 24 2016
  • Re: Is Logos 7 any more 'touch' friendly?

    I have Logos 7 running on my Surface Pro 4. I have not done very much exploring of the new features but from what I see the touch interface is the same as Logos 6. While Logos is not as touch friendly as some programs, I use it on my tablet quite a bit. Once I got used to it I can navigate the program fairly well via touch.
    Posted to Logos 7 by Shannon Martin on Mon, Aug 22 2016
  • Re: I guess Logos wants us to meet Logos 7

    I don’t know… is “disaster” a bit strong for a website going down? Based on their stellar track record I am sure that when the dust clears Faithlife will once again have made an improvement to an already great software. As a bivocational pastor, I have found Logos to be a blessing from God. It helps so much with my study and
    Posted to General by Shannon Martin on Mon, Aug 22 2016
  • Re: Microsoft Surface

    I just purchased this Surface Pro 4 in the last week. I am still getting used to it but so far I am very impressed. Logos 6 runs like a dream and having the full software on such a portable device is great. It feels like the killer hardware partner for Logos. Logos is not a touch friendly program, but with the keyboard attached it is a real fit.
    Posted to Windows Store Apps by Shannon Martin on Tue, Nov 24 2015
  • Re: Anabaptist Pre-Pub

    I just Pre-ordered this. Look over these books. There are some gems here that would balance out your library. Let's get this done.
    Posted to General by Shannon Martin on Fri, Aug 7 2015
  • Re: How to determine how a resource is indexed.

    Thanks for the replies. Yes, I think Doc is understanding my question. The other thread you linked was pretty clear. Take the book "Brothers, We Are Not Professionals" By John Piper. The book has many scripture references in it. If I were studying a passage it would be most handy if the places where Mr. Piper uses the verse I am studying would show
    Posted to General by Shannon Martin on Sat, Jul 25 2015
  • Re: How to determine how a resource is indexed.

    Thanks for the reply Paul. Am I correct, that the way you are describing is for books already in my library? I am trying to find this information before I purchase the book.
    Posted to General by Shannon Martin on Sat, Jul 25 2015
  • How to determine how a resource is indexed.

    When considering books to ad to my collection, is there a way to tell if the book is indexed via Bible reference? For me what makes a Logos book worth more than the same book on my Kindle app is if it is searchable by reference. Thanks in advance for any advice. Respectfully,
    Posted to General by Shannon Martin on Sat, Jul 25 2015
  • Morris Proctor Camp Logos

    I was in Louisville last week to take the Camp Logos put on by MP Seminars. If you are considering taking the camp, don't wait. I can truly say that the training I received last week doubled the value of the Logos software for me. Not only was I only scratching the surface of what the software can do (although that was the case) but Mr. Proctor showed
    Posted to General by Shannon Martin on Mon, Apr 27 2015
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