How to Save a List of Favorites for Multiview Resources

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With the advent of Logos 7, a feature known as Multiview Resources allowed us to open numerous resources within the same panel. The recent release of 7.3 expanded that feature with the option of creating a saved list of resources which can easily be loaded.

Also, we now have the option of displaying Multiple Resources side by side or one upon the other.

Let’s quickly take a look at both of these improvements by creating a saved list of daily devotionals.

To create a saved list of resources:

  • Type Utmost in the Command box (A)
  • Select Open My Utmost for His Highest in the list to open the resource (B)


  • Click the Multiview Resources icon on the devotional (C)
  • Notice all of your calendar devotions in the Resources list (D)


  • Select the boxes next to your desired resources (E)
  • Click Save in the upper right of the drop down list (F)


  • Type a name for the list in the Resource list name box such as My Devotionals (G)
  • Click Save (H)
  • Click outside the drop down list to close it (I)


To display the resources in the list:

  • Click the Multiview Resources icon on the devotional (J)
  • Select the box Show multiple resources (K)
  • Select the My Devotionals list in the Saved section (L)
  • Click:
    • Columns to show display the resources side by side (M)
    • Stacked to display the resources one upon the other (N)


Try using the saved list of Multiple Resources for:

  • Bibles
  • Commentaries
  • Bibles and commentaries together
  • Bible dictionaries
  • Lexicons

For more detailed information about Multiview Resources, as well as other Logos 7 features be sure to check out the Logos Bible Software Training Manual Bundle available in both print and digital formats.

Also, there’s still time to register for live hands-on training at Camp Logos Atlanta, GA February 7-9.

Morris Proctor is a certified trainer for Logos Bible Software. Morris, who has trained thousands of Logos users at his two-day Camp Logos seminars, provides many training materials.