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  • Re: How to get English verse list from LXX Word Study?

    Hey Wyn, You can right-click at the top of the guide section and select "Save as Passage List." When the passage list opens you can change the translation to English.
    Posted to Logos 8 by Kyle Biersdorff (Faithlife) on Wed, Nov 7 2018
  • Introducing the Notes Tool

    In Logos 8, notes are now managed in a separate tool that allows users to record, organize and share their thoughts on any biblical text or resource. You can create Notebooks to organize your notes, or use the advanced filters to find a specific note. You can learn more about the new Notes tool via the links below. Notes Tool Notes FAQ Using Notebooks
    Posted to Logos 8 by Kyle Biersdorff (Faithlife) on Sun, Oct 28 2018
  • Docs

    We've worked hard to make it easier to manage and share your Logos documents. Quickly locate personal or public documents using advanced searching, which allows you to browse your documents by type, language, passage, resource, and much more. Plus, gain access to thousands of public documents and collaborate with a global learning community. Find examples
    Posted to Logos 8 by Kyle Biersdorff (Faithlife) on Sun, Oct 28 2018
  • Guides

    Updated in Logos 8, Guides now allow users to launch individual sections of a given Guide, like the Journals section or Ancient Literature section. You can customize any Guide, like the Passage Guide, or use the Guide Editor to create custom Guides. We've prepared a variety of articles and videos on using Guides here: Guides Guide Editor Feel free to
    Posted to Logos 8 by Kyle Biersdorff (Faithlife) on Sun, Oct 28 2018
  • Important Words

    The Important Words guide section uncovers the most important terms in a passage, and gives you access to resources and tools to understand why the term is significant to the text you’re studying. You can learn more about the Important Words section here: Important Words Feel free to use this forum thread to post questions and feedback.
    Posted to Logos 8 by Kyle Biersdorff (Faithlife) on Sun, Oct 28 2018
  • Important Passages

    The Important Passages guide section uses aggregated data from lexicons and commentaries to list, rank, and categorize cross references across the biblical text. While traditional cross reference tools provide a list of related verses and passages, Important Passages surfaces details about the characteristics of relationships between passages. For more
    Posted to Logos 8 by Kyle Biersdorff (Faithlife) on Sun, Oct 28 2018
  • Canvas

    Canvas is a new tool in Logos that allows you to visually engage with the text. Insert a verse, passage, or pericope, then use the use the markup tools to highlight, arrange, investigate, and add notes. Break down a passage to show the relationship between clauses, and draw lines and other shapes to indicate the level of connection. Bible text inserted
    Posted to Logos 8 by Kyle Biersdorff (Faithlife) on Sun, Oct 28 2018
  • Theology Guide

    The Theology Guide in Logos 8 provides a platform for theological study. Input a topic, navigate from one systematic theology to another, compare views, survey related references, and investigate corresponding theological topics. We've prepared resources to introduce the Theology Guide here: Theology Guide Feel free to use this Forum thread as a place
    Posted to Logos 8 by Kyle Biersdorff (Faithlife) on Sun, Oct 28 2018
  • Home Page

    In Logos 8, the redesigned Home Page provides a customizable launch pad for your study, with quick links to your favorite workflows, reading plans, layouts, and more. We've provided information on using the Home Page here: Home Page Feel free to use this forum thread as a place to post questions or feedback.
    Posted to Logos 8 by Kyle Biersdorff (Faithlife) on Sun, Oct 28 2018
  • Introducing Workflows

    New in Logos 8, Workflows guide your study step by step, pulling together the right resources and most relevant tools to accomplish the work you’ve set out to do. As you go through a Workflow, Logos stores what you've learned in your notes. You can follow Workflows provided in Logos, or create your own. We've prepared training training articles
    Posted to Logos 8 by Kyle Biersdorff (Faithlife) on Sun, Oct 28 2018
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