Synchronized Favorites

A fellow Logos user recently emailed this question to me: I do my Bible study in the morning which usually consists of reading Scripture followed by reading commentaries and other Logos resources. Often times, I don’t have time to finish the commentary reading at home so how can I access it later in the day […]

Quickly Open Bible Dictionaries

I’m often asked what’s the best way to work with certain types of books such as, commentaries, lexicons, Bible dictionaries, etc. So in today’s blog I’ll show a method of accessing Bible dictionaries. If you’ve worked with Logos a while you’ve discovered there are numerous ways to accomplish the same task. This is just one […]

View All of Your Highlights from One Resource

A common question I receive from Logos users goes something like this: As I read a Logos book I highlight text. After finishing the book, how can I view all of my highlights in one place? The short answer is to utilize the Quotes view in a Notes document. The longer answer is explained below. At […]

Search for Your Own Topics

A Logos user recently contacted me with the following scenario: I’m doing a series of sermons on the subject of prayer. I’d like to devote a message on the hindrances to prayer. What’s the best way to locate information from my books about this topic? I really enjoy questions like this because it sets up […]