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William McCarty | Forum Activity | Posted: Sun, Nov 6 2011 10:40 PM

The Android version is coming along nicely such that it's already my main go-to tool for study on my smartphone. Kudos to the development team!

One feature that would make the application even more useful to me: A quick list of downloaded resources. The reason I downloaded them is that I anticipate referencing them again and again. But it's awkward to get to them via the complete resource list, which in my case is quite extensive. Sometimes I even forget the name of an item I've downloaded.

Such a quick list might be implemented as a menu item or a tab. It might also be implemented by a search tag, such as "downloaded," in the search box associated with the resource list; that approach might overtax a novice user's memory but would avoid cluttering the user interface. Personally, I think a search tag would be handy in addition to a menu item or tab :-)

It seems to me that someone else has likely offered a similar suggestion but I don't find a reference to such a comment. My apology for any unnecessary redundancy.

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Dave Hooton | Forum Activity | Replied: Mon, Nov 7 2011 2:59 PM

William McCarty:
It seems to me that someone else has likely offered a similar suggestion

See this discussion  http://community.logos.com/forums/p/39858/299384.aspx#299384

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