“Save” Bible Browser Results

If you read this blog regularly you may know that I am a huge fan of the Bible Browser! This feature, found on the Tools menu, houses a sidebar loaded with point and click filters allowing us to find most any information in the Bible imaginable:

  • Commands of Jesus about faith
  • Miracles of Elijah involving nature
  • Questions from God in Genesis
  • And on and on!

I tell people:  Open the Browser. Click around in the sidebar. You never know what you’ll discover.

Let’s say you take the above advice resulting in a great discovery. Then perhaps you think, I’ll never remember how to go down this road again. No worries. We can actually “save” a specific Bible Browser search!

Give this a go:

  • Choose Tools | Reference | Bible Browser
  • Use the filters in the sidebar (A) to generate any search you want (B)
  • Choose Tools | Library | Favorites 
  • Drag the open Bible Browser tab (C) and drop it in the Favorites panel (or a specific folder of your choice) (D)
  • Notice Logos creates a new Favorites hyperlink
  • Right click on the link and rename it, if you desire (E)
  • Clear the search in the Bible Browser by clicking the Start link in the applied filters area (F)
  • Close the Bible Browser
  • Clear the search in the Bible Browser by clicking the Start link in the applied filters area (F)
  • Close the Bible Browser
  • Click the new Favorites link (G
  • Notice the Bible Browser opens to the specific search you saved (H)

What I want you to see is, if you have results in the Bible Browser, when you “save” the Browser to Favorites, Bookmarks, or even the Shortcuts bar, you’re saving a specific search, not just a link to open the Browser. So browse away and save away for future reference!

For more information about the Bible Browser please check out our 24/7 video training at MPSeminarsOnline.com.

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