Custom Libraries and Subscriptions: How to Claim a Logos License

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Congratulations! Your school is granting you access to Logos Bible Software. With the help of Logos, you will be able to dig deep into God's Word, study theology, and engage in research like never before. To get started, you will need to claim your Logos license, which can be done in a few simple steps.


First, be aware that it is up to your school to decide when to grant you access to Logos. If you aren't sure whether or not your school has assigned a license to you, please contact your school to find out.  


Step 1: Open the Email from Logos and Verify Your Email


Once your school grants you access to a Logos license, you will receive an automated email with your claim link like the one below.  The email will come from, and the Subject Line will be "Logos Update: New Resources Available". (Please check your Spam folder if needed)


Simply click the "Claim my resource(s)" link in the email to start the process.  Clicking this button will verify your email account and take you to the Claim Dashboard.  


*Alternative: Use the Claim URL and Verify Your Account


Your school may provide you with a link to click to claim Logos similar to the one below:


If this is the case, you will need to verify your email address by entering it into the field below.  This must be the same email address used by your school.



Once this is done correctly, you will receive the claim email described in step 1 above.


Step 2: Connect to a Logos Account


Once you verify your email address and click the "Claim my resource(s)" link in the email, you will be directed to the Claim Dashboard which will walk you through what to do next.  



To claim your Logos content, you will need to connect to a Logos account where the content will be delivered.  



If you do not have an existing Logos account, click the "Create account" button and walk through the steps.



If you have an existing Logos account, click "Sign in" and enter the credentials for your account.  



Once you have signed in to your Logos account, you will be notified that your account is now connected.



Once you click "Continue", you will notice that the Claim Dashboard has also been updated to show that your account is connected.



Step 3: Claim Your Logos Library


Once your Logos account is connected, you simply need to claim your Logos library from the Dashboard.  To do so, click the "Claim" button.



Once your library has been claimed, the "Claim" button will change to indicate the new status.


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Congratulations!  You now have access to your Logos library through the Logos account you connected in step 2.   You will also receive a confirmation email like the one below:



Step 4: Enjoy Logos!


Now that you have access to your Logos library, you are ready to enjoy all Logos has to offer.  From the Dashboard, you can open the Logos Web App by either clicking the title of the library or the "Open Logos" button.  



Watch this short video to see what you can start doing in Logos right away:



Also, you can head over to to explore the different Logos apps available to you. If you aren't sure which app to use, here are a few tips:


1) Explore them all!  You can use all the available Logos apps so don't feel like you have to pick only one.


2) Use the Logos Web App if you are looking for a quick way to access your books from your web browser.  This is a great option for those primarily reading textbooks or doing basic bible study.  


3) Use the Logos Mobile App if you are looking for an easy way to access your books from any phone or tablet.  This is a great option for those primarily reading textbooks or doing basic bible study on the go.


4) Use the Logos Desktop App (Downloaded Software) if you are looking to get the full experience of Logos. Downloading the software is best for those who need tools for advanced exegesis and research.  


If you have any trouble, don't hesitate to reach out to Logos Customer Support for help:

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