Logos Mobile - Passage List

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Passage Lists help you to create lists of passages on a particular topic, word, or other collection of biblical references. Passage lists are available on Logos for Desktop, the web at app.logos.com, and Logos Mobile.

Note: While Logos mobile includes support for Passage Lists, for full functionality (like adding headings within the document, see the Logos Desktop App.

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Open a Passage List

Create a Passage List

Edit a Passage List

Delete a Passage List

Sort/View Passages

 

Open a Passage List

You can open any existing Passage List from the Docs menu or the More Items Menu.

 

Open a Passage List from the Docs Menu (tablet only).

  1. Tap the Docs icon Documents icon to view all your documents.
  2. Search for “Passage” to reveal all your saved Passage Lists.
    View Passage Lists In Docs
  3. Open a list.

 

Open a Passage List from the More Items Menu.

  1. Tap the More Items Menu icon Hamburger icon to view all your documents.
  2. Under Documents, tap on Passage Lists to reveal all your Passage Lists.
    Passage List In More Items Menu
  3. Open a list.

 

Create a Passage List

You can start with a blank Passage List or save a list of passages into a new Passage List.

 

Create a blank Passage List.

  1. Tap the Docs icon Documents icon to view all your documents.
  2. Tap the plus icon Plus - Add New icon.
    Create New Document
  3. Choose Passage List from the presented options.

 

Save a list of passages as a new Passage List.

Many tools and guides let you save lists of passages as a new Passage List. Here are a few examples:

Searches

When running a search, you can save the results in as a new Passage List from the panel menu icon Kebab Vertical icon.

Save Search To Passage List

 

A notification confirms the new Passage List creation. Tap the notification to open the Passage List in a new tile.

 

Factbook Entries and Guides

When viewing a Factbook entry or running a Guide, you can save various section results (e.g., Key Passages) as a new Passage List.

Save Passage List From Factbook

 

A notification confirms the new Passage List creation. Tap the notification to open the Passage List in a new tile.

Note: The Logos Desktop App offers additional options for creating Passage Lists, like from a text selection.

Edit a Passage List

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Rename Document

Add Passages

Remove Passages

Change Bible Version

 

Rename Document

To rename a document, tap the panel menu icon Kebab Vertical icon and choose Rename icon Rename.

Open Panel Menu

 

Add Passages

To add a passage to a Passage List, tap the plus icon Plus - Add New icon and add a passage using the dialog.

Add A Passage To A Passage List

 

Remove Passages

To remove a passage, press and hold on a passage in your Passage List. With a verse (or verses) selected, tap the Delete icon Trashcan icon.

Delete Passage List Document

Note: To delete multiple passages, select additional passages by tapping additional rows once in select mode.

Change Bible Version

By default, Logos displays Passage Lists using your Top Bible. To display a different Bible:

  1. Tap your currently-displayed Bible.
    Tap Existing Bible Version
  2. Choose another available Bible.

    Choose Another Bible

 

Delete a Passage List

To delete a Passage List:

  1. Open either the Docs Menu Documents icon or Passage Lists in the More Item Menu (tap Hamburger icon).
    Passage List In More Items Menu
  2. Once you locate your document, swipe right-to-left and tap Delete.
    View Options

 

Sort/View Passages

While viewing any Passage List, you can change the sort or view behavior of the list.

 

Sort Options

Tap the Sort icon Sort icon and choose between sorting by Reference or User defined (which honors the order you added passages to your list).

Sort Options In Passage List

 

View Options

You can choose between two views:

  • Compact: show only Bible references.
  • Tile View: show references and a preview of the text.

To switch between the two views, tap the Compact View icon View - Compact icon or the Tile View icon Tile View icon.

View Options

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