How to Organize Your Favorites in Logos

Organize Your Favorites in Logos

Today’s post is from Morris Proctor, certified and authorized trainer for Logos Bible Software. Morris, who has trained thousands of Logos users at his two-day Camp Logos seminars, provides many training materials.

A Camp Logos alumnus recently emailed this question in reference to the Camp Logos 1 and 2 video resources:

As I go through and watch your videos from Camp Logos, is there a way for me to “star” or “tag” one that is particularly interesting to me so that I will know to go back and watch it again?

I responded by suggesting he use Favorites to organize videos he wanted to review. I’ll outline the steps below using Camp Logos videos as examples, but these steps apply equally to any chapters, articles, etc. from any Logos resources you want to organize and revisit.

  • Choose Tools | Favorites to open this panel on the left of the screen
  • Click New Folder on the Favorites panel (A)
  • Name the folder anything you desire such as Camp Logos Videos or Church History (B)
  • Press the Enter key to save the name

Save your favorite videos in logos

  • Open a resource, such as Camp Logos 1, to the desired location you want to revisit (C)
  • Drag the tab of the resource panel and drop it on top of the newly created folder (D)

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  • Repeat the previous two steps for as many locations as you desire (E)
  • Notice Logos places in the folder links back to the resource locations (F)
  • Click a link in the folder to return to the location (G)

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Once you have individual favorites in a folder you can drag and drop them to reorder them or right click on them to rename them. Regardless of the names you assign, the links lead to the original resource locations.

This simple process is a great way to create your own “lesson plans” for topics you want to study such as Theology, History, Ethics, etc. And of course Favorites snyc to your Logos account!

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For more information about this and lots of other Logos Features, check out Morris Proctor’s Camp Logos 2 video training.