. Logos Tech Tip: Never Type a Search Twice

Logos Tech Tip: Never Type a Search Twice

By Scott Gassoway

Have you ever made a search and wanted to keep the results highlighted to continue to see them in the future? For example, Jesus called his disciples to teach others to do everything he commanded them (Matt 28:19–20). How can you identify these commands and save them as visible reminders?

Logos helps you build a search to find Jesus’ commands and makes it easy to highlight the results for future reference. Simply copy and paste the search syntax into a new Visual Filter document, and choose your formatting to make your search results available at any time. 

Check out this video to learn more about Visual Filters.

Click here to open this search in Logos.

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Learn more about creating a Visual Filter and using Search Templates in Logos. Visit the Logos Help Center for more on how to get the most out of your Logos Bible Software.

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Adam B. Shaeffer

Adam B. Shaeffer (PhD, Durham University) rarely had time for books until he discovered the fantasy novels on his dad's shelf at age 12; the rest is history. His primary research interests revolve around the interplay between theology and literature, attending to fiction's power to narrate theological insights through the thoughts and lives of imagined people and places. His poetry and fiction have appeared in *Jabberwocky*, *Resident Aliens*, and *This Mutant Life*.

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Written by Adam B. Shaeffer