Sync Logos 6 across All Your Platforms

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Sync your notes across your devices

As you study a passage in Logos 6, you can take, edit, and share your notes anywhere you go.

Start your Bible study on your mobile phone with the free Logos Bible app, and pick up right where you left off any other web-enabled device.

When you’re using Logos 6 to study a passage and want to write down your thoughts, you can create a notes document. Here, you can make notes and comments on specific references as you study, and within seconds, your notes will sync from Logos 6 to your Logos Bible app.

Here’s how to create a note:

  • Highlight the specific verse you want
  • Add the verse to your notes document

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  • Write down any relevant notes about that verse

With Logos 6, you can also take the same note and attach it to multiple verses by editing the attachment points.

Here’s how to attach your note to multiple verses:

  • Open the note you already created
  • Edit the note’s attachment points

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  • Add any references you want to be tied with the note

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Access and edit your notes wherever you go

Within seconds, your mobile device will sync your notes through the Logos Bible app, allowing you to take your notes with you and edit them on the go.

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Comments

  1. I can’t seem to get this “attach your note to multiple verses” to work as I would like. I have a long-standing notes file named “General Notes”, to which I just now successfully created a note attached to Ps. 90:16-17. In that note, I mention many other verses, namely those below. I would like also to attach or link the note to those verses. BUT the Logos system shows a very long list of verses and resources I’ve never seen or encountered before. I really am not interested in them, yet, because it would take me hours to pore thru them. Instead, I just want to simply attach the note to the verses listed here (other than the primary Ps. 90:16-17): 1 Cor. 10:6-11, Jn. 15:7, Jam. 1:22-25, 2 Cor. 3:18, 2 Pet. 1:19; Php. 4:8, 1 Cor. 1:30, 2 Tim. 2:7, 2 Tim. 2:22, Lk. 11:24-26, Rom. 13:10, 1 Cor. 13:5, Eph. 5:17, Matt. 7:1. Will LOGOS create a video to show how to do that (or can users like me nominate such a question / topic as (to be) a new once-per-week Logos training topic, which Logos has just started doing? How about a blog or webpage where we could vote on these, by number, as people nominate their questions for training consideration? That would be awesome! Logos is a very rich but complex product and I think we need that kind of assistance — it’s just to easy to get lost in teh many options and features! THanks much in advance, & may God bless your efforts to assist a multitude of users in studying God’s word with great passion!

    • Oops, I’ll reply to my own question. I found the answer, it’s in the note from Morris Proctor entitled, “Logos 6: Attach the Same Note to Different Places”. SO I’m good for now..!

  2. Robert Balsinger says:

    I am interested in learning how my Personal books from my desktop install of Logos 6 can be read on my I pad using the Logos App.

  3. I use a Mac desktop and laptop. I noticed that my notes created on the desktop are not showing on my laptop?

  4. I used Logos quite a bit while in seminary & while pastoring a church but haven't used it much since becoming a Life-Coach – just because I am spending most of my time in face-to-face interaction rather than prepare sermons & lessons.

  5. Will I be able to access my personal Bible Study note on any of the Logos Web-based services?