Logos 6 Timeline tool: Can I sort chonologically and/or group by categories I define?

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Andrea and Howard Psmithe | Forum Activity | Posted: Sun, Nov 19 2017 6:44 AM

In the Logos 6 Timeline tool, is there a way I can sort items chronologically.  Sometimes I would like to view all items in a chronological waterfall to see time dependencies/connections, but items in the timeline are typically a bit interspersed, time wise.

Also, in the Logos 6 Timeline tool, can I group items in categories that I define.  For example, in a Reformation study, could I place all events that I believe relevant in a category related to reformers doing scripture translations, a separate category related to reformers appearing before councils or engaging in debates, and a separate category related to their personal lives (ex: when born, moved, married, died), and view all the grouped categories in one chart?

Very thankful for the resources provided by Logos and want to ensure I fully utilize them to equip myself and others.

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Keep Smiling 4 Jesus :) | Forum Activity | Replied: Sun, Nov 19 2017 7:12 PM

Andrea and Howard Psmithe:
In the Logos 6 Timeline tool, is there a way I can sort items chronologically.  Sometimes I would like to view all items in a chronological waterfall to see time dependencies/connections, but items in the timeline are typically a bit interspersed, time wise.

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Added Timeline sorting suggestion to thread => Logos 8 Wishlist

Andrea and Howard Psmithe:
Also, in the Logos 6 Timeline tool, can I group items in categories that I define. 

No. Logos User Voice suggestion => User generated data: timelines with 180 votes was declined by Faithlife on 15 June 2017

Bradley Grainger:

We do not plan to support user-generated timelines.

FYI: Logos 6 is no longer supported => https://www.logos.com/support/free-support

Upgrading to Logos 7 is free => Basic and => Verbum Basic

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