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Favorites & Quick Links

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Save a favorite article, passage, search result, or other tool so you can find them again easily.

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Favorites

Quick Links

 

Favorites

The Favorites panel is a way to save and organize resources and tools for easy access.

 

Get Started

Click the Tools icon Tools icon and enter Favorites in the search bar.

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To open a resource from the Favorites panel, either click it or drag it into the layout as desired. Dragging a folder with multiple items into the layout opens each item as a panel, or you can click the folder’s more icon Kebab Vertical icon and select Open all or Open all in a floating window.

 

Add a Resource

With a resource, guide, or other panel open, click the Add dropdown on the Favorites toolbar and select the desired panel, or drag the tab into the Favorites panel.

Add favorite from panel

Note: Documents and program shortcuts can also be dragged to the Favorites panel.

Alternatively, you can add a favorite directly from the resource itself. First, click the resource’s Menu icon Hamburger icon. Then in the menu, click the Favorites icon Favorites icon. Finally, click Add and select your resource from the dropdown.

Add favorite from resource

 

Organize Favorites

Click the Add dropdown on the Favorites toolbar and select New Folder. Enter a name for your folder (e.g. Covenant). Drag and drop a favorite onto the folder name to file it there.

Add new folder

 

Reorder your favorites, including folders, by dragging them within the list. To select multiple folders or items, hold Ctrl (Windows) or Cmd (Mac) while selecting them and then drag. You can also drag folders to place them within other folders.

 

To quickly locate a particular resource or folder from your favorites, simply open the Favorites panel and begin typing the resource or folder name in the search bar.

Search favorites

 

Delete a Favorite

Right-click a resource on the Favorites panel and select Delete.

Delete favorite

 

Find Favorites Within a Specific Resource

In addition, you can also access your favorites from a resource panel, making it easy to locate all of your favorites within a specific resource, even if they’re in different folders. To find favorites within a specific resource, open the resource and click the Menu icon Hamburger icon. Then in the menu, click the Favorites icon Favorites icon. From here, you can see all of your favorites within that resource.

Find favorites from resource

 

Quick links are quick-access temporary favorites that can be called up with a keystroke. You can have up to nine quick links at a time.

At the top of the Favorites panel is a Quick Links folder containing nine quick link placeholders.

Open Quick Links

 

Click Set link on an available quick link to set the active resource at its current location. You can also drag the resource tab to an available quick link number or press the corresponding shortcut keys to set it (Ctrl+Alt+Shift (Windows) or Cmd+Option+Shift (Mac) while pressing the number of the quick link you want to set).

For example: To set Luke 15:1 as a quick link, open a Bible to this location (if you have not already done so). Click Set link on quick link location 1 or drag the tab to Set link 1 or press Ctrl+Alt+Shift+1 (Windows) or Cmd+Option+Shift+1 (Mac).

Set Quick Link

Note: You can also set a quick link to a Favorite by dragging one of your favorites to a quick link location.

Alternatively, you can set a quick link directly from an active resource. Open the resource and click the Menu icon Hamburger icon. Then in the menu, click the Favorites icon Favorites icon. Under Quick Links, click Set link on an available quick link to set the active resource at its current location. You can also press the corresponding shortcut keys to set it (Ctrl+Alt+Shift (Windows) or Cmd+Option+Shift (Mac) while pressing the number of the quick link you want to set).

Set quick link from resource

 

When the Favorites panel is open, click an assigned quick link or drag it to your desired place in the layout to open the resource, document, etc. to the saved location. You can also open it using the shortcut keys (Ctrl+[Quick Link number] (Windows) or Cmd+[Quick Link number] (Mac)).

For example: To open Luke 15:1 in the Bible you set up as a quick link, click the link in the Favorites panel or press Ctrl+1 (Windows) or Cmd+1 (Mac).

Open quick link

 

Alternatively, if you already have your resource open, you can open a quick link directly from the resource panel. Click the Menu icon Hamburger icon and then in the menu, click the Favorites icon Favorites icon. Then, just click the quick link you want to open or open it using the shortcut keys (Ctrl+[Quick Link number] (Windows) or Cmd+[Quick Link number] (Mac)).

Open quick link from resource

 

Right-click the quick link and choose Delete.

Remove quick link

 

Right-click the quick link and choose Rename.

Rename quick link

 

You can replace a resource in a quick link location by dragging the new resource to the location of the quick link you want to replace or re-entering the keystroke command for the new resource.

For example: To replace Luke 15:1 with a new Bible reference, drag the tab to the quick link location or press Ctrl+Alt+Shift+1 (Windows) or Cmd+Option+Shift+1 (Mac).

Replace quick link

 

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Favorites

Bookmarks

 

Favorites

The Favorites tool is a way to save and organize resources and tools for easy access.

 

Get Started

Click Tools and enter Favorites in the search bar.

Open the Favorites tool in Logos

 

Add a resource

With a resource, guide, or other panel open, click Add on the Favorites toolbar or drag the tab into the Favorites panel.

 

Note: Documents and program shortcuts can also be dragged to the Favorites panel.

 

Organize Favorites

Click New Folder on the Favorites toolbar. Enter a name for your folder (e.g. Covenant). Drag and drop a favorite onto the folder name to file it there.

 

Delete a favorite

Right-click a resource on the Favorites panel and select Delete.

 

Bookmarks

Bookmarks are quick-access temporary favorites that can be called up with a keystroke. You can have up to nine bookmarks at a time.  

In the lower third of the Favorites panel is a set of nine bookmark placeholders. (If you do not see numbers 1-9 and the double arrows next to the Bookmarks heading are pointing to the right, click to expand that section.)

 

Set a Bookmark

Click Set on an available bookmark to set the active resource at its current location. You can also drag the resource tab to an available bookmark number or press the corresponding shortcut keys to set it (Ctrl+Shift (Windows) or Cmd+Shift (Mac) while pressing the number of the bookmark you want to set).

For example: To bookmark Luke 15:1, open a Bible to this location (if you have not already done so). Click Set on Bookmark location 1 or drag the tab to Bookmark location 1 or press Ctrl+Shift+1 (Windows) or Cmd+Shift+1 (Mac).

 

Note: You can also bookmark a Favorite by dragging one of your favorites to a Bookmark location.

 

Open a resource at a Bookmark

When the Bookmark panel is open, click an assigned bookmark to open the resource, document, etc. to the saved location. You can also open it using the shortcut keys (Ctrl+[Bookmark number] (Windows) or Cmd+[Bookmark number] (Mac)). 

For example: To open Luke 15:1 in the Bible you bookmarked this passage, click the link in the Bookmarks panel or press Ctrl+1 (Windows) or Cmd+1 (Mac).

 

Remove a Bookmark

Right-click the bookmark and choose Clear, or click on the X next to it.

 

Replace a Bookmark

You can replace a resource in a bookmark location by dragging the new resource to the location of the bookmark you want to replace or re-entering the keystroke command for the new resource. 

For example: To replace Luke 15:1 with a new Bible reference, drag the tab to the Bookmark location or press Ctrl+Shift+1 (Windows) or Cmd+Shift+1 (Mac).

 

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