Get Free Training on the Latest Logos Features This Friday

Free live Logos training
Logos is powerful—so powerful that understanding how to use its many capabilities takes some time. That’s why we have the Logos Pros, our team of expert Logos users. The Pros are dedicated to helping you implement Logos features into your Bible study. And this Friday they’ll show how to use the very latest Logos features in a live, free, online training event.

Learn the Logos Now features

If you own a Logos base package, you’ve probably heard about Logos Now. With a subscription to Logos Now, you don’t have to wait for the next major Logos release to enjoy the latest tools, datasets, features, interactives, media, and content. Every six weeks, we release the latest batch of Logos innovations to Logos Now subscribers.

Maybe you’ve thought about subscribing to Logos Now, but want to see for yourself how to use these features in your Bible study. Join us for a free, live training webinar this Friday, and see a Logos Pro in action. Learn how to use Logos Now features and ask the Logos Pros your questions.

The free, live training begins this Friday October 23 at 10 a.m. PDT, 1:00 p.m. EDT. 

Sign up for your free training now!


Join us this Friday and learn how to use the latest Logos features in your Bible study. If you decide Logos Now is for you, we’ll invite you to another, more in-depth training exclusively for Logos Now members.

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Comments

  1. While I appreciate that there is free training the timing is unfortunate, at least for me. I work during the day so a 1:00 PM EDT webinar doesn't really help me.

  2. Scot Logos record all the webinar here is the link; https://www.logos.com/webinar-archive.

    • Scot Tomlinson says:

      Great! Thank you.

    • Rev, Michael L. Burns says:

      Maybe I am assuming to much/ hoping for too much but when I go to the above link I am taken to a single webinar. I was hoping for a listing of all previous webinars to watch later at my leisure but never see more than one. Am I missing something?

      Michael

  3. Is there a way to get Logos credit if you already own the resources mentioned if you sign up for a year of Logos Now.