Accessing Logos Group Licenses

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Now that you’ve purchased new Logos resources for your church group, you’ll need to assign them to the members of your group. In this article, we’ll walk you through that process step by step.

Are you a license recipient? Skip ahead to instructions on how to get started with your new resource(s).

If you purchased resources, but don’t have permission to assign them, ask your group’s administrator for assistance. To find your group’s admin, click Directory in the navigation sidebar, and look for the group member(s) with the Admin tag.


If you’re still having trouble, give us a call at 888-634-2038 (US/Canada) or +1 360-450-3542 (International). We’re happy to help.


1. Go to and sign in to your account


2. Find your group

The groups that you are a part of will appear in the left-side panel labeled "Groups". 

If you need to create a new group you can do that too. Learn how to create and configure a group.


3. If you haven’t done so already, invite the resource recipient(s) to join your group


4. If sending new invites, wait for invitees to join the group


5. Go to Settings


6. Select Licenses


7. Click Assign for the relevant resource(s)

Notice that some resources are automatically distributed to everyone in your group, while others must be manually assigned by an Admin.


8. Add names and click Assign


9. Let people know about their new resource!

Now that you’ve given your group members access to a resource, they’ll automatically receive a notification and email letting them know how to get started.


Are you a resource recipient?

Start using Logos

Logos is available for your iOS or Android device, online at, and as a free downloadable desktop application with Logos Basic. For the most robust experience, download the Logos desktop application. Every Logos user has access to each platform, and your account information is automatically synced across platforms and devices.

When you access Logos, log in with the same account you use for your church group on

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