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  • Syncing Reading Plans

    I've created (or "generated") three reading plans. Only two of them sync to my mobile devices. I don't see what determines if a reading plan syncs or not. Please advise.
    Posted to Logos 7 by Jim Firth on Mon, Dec 17 2018
  • Re: Devotional Reading tools

    Again, thanks Graham. I visited the link you provided to the other thread and weighed in there. Hopefully, the development department will see the need for this feature.
    Posted to Logos 7 by Jim Firth on Thu, Nov 22 2018
  • Re: Bookmarks... Can't Believe Anyone Should Need to Suggest This...

    More than three years have gone by and still no bookmark function that will sync to mobile devices. Logos is an extremely powerful, versatile program. I’m surprised they’ve overlooked something so simple and yet so essential to anyone doing regular devotional reading. I too have been using Favorites, but as Andrew said, it is unnecessarily
    Posted to Suggestions by Jim Firth on Thu, Nov 22 2018
  • Re: Bookmarks... Can't Believe Anyone Should Need to Suggest This...

    Three years have gone by and still no bookmark function that syncs to mobile devices. Logos is an extremely powerful, versatile program. I'm surprised they've overlooked this simple feature that is essential for anyone doing regular devotional reading. I've been using Favorites, but as Andrew said, is unnecessarily complicated. Hoping someone from the
    Posted to Suggestions by Jim Firth on Thu, Nov 22 2018
  • Re: Devotional Reading tools

    I figured out how to do a reading plan - even one that starts from the middle of a book. It seems there are still just a couple things I am missing. It looks like I am forced to select the duration of a plan, either by date, number of days, number of sessions, or number of verses (?). So if my goal is to do three chapters a day, I have to do some math
    Posted to Logos 7 by Jim Firth on Wed, Nov 21 2018
  • Re: Devotional Reading tools

    Thanks for your reply, Graham, and for your suggestion. I've spent some time trying to put together a reading plan but am having some trouble. The instructions on the link you sent don't seem consistent with what I'm experiencing. Perhaps it's because I'm on a Mac? I'll keep working with it. But still, it would seem something as common and simple as
    Posted to Logos 7 by Jim Firth on Wed, Nov 21 2018
  • Devotional Reading tools

    I have a daily devotional reading plan that involves reading two to three chapters in the Old Testament, two to three chapters in the New Testament, and a chapter or two of the Psalms every day. I know many other people who use a similar devotional reading plan. Presently I use the "Favorites" tool to keep my place in all three sections, but that seems
    Posted to Logos 7 by Jim Firth on Wed, Nov 21 2018
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