Factbook tags add millions of tags to resources so that more detailed information is only a click away. With Factbook tags, you can hover over the tagged text to get a brief definition or click to find more details. Along with the tags included in Logos, you can tag any text and share it with the community. Currently, Factbook tags are only available on Logos Desktop.
Note: Different Factbook tags are available depending on your Logos package.
Note: Available in packages Starter and above.
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Using Factbook Tags
Factbook Tags are part of all Bibles and resources in Logos. To toggle Factbook tags off and on in your resource, select . Now words that are tagged link directly to Factbook will show a dotted blue underline.
Hovering over the underlined words displays a simple definition.
Selecting the underlined words opens the associated Factbook entry.
In Bibles, you can choose which tags you want visible from the dropdown menu.
Note: One of the filters is Created by users. This displays user-generated tagging. If you do not want to view tags created by others, deselect this option.
From all other resources, the Factbook tags dropdown menu displays two choices: Show in all appropriate resources or Do not show in any resources.
Creating a New Factbook Tag
Along with the Factbook tags included in Logos, you can add tags to resources and share them with the community. At this time, you cannot add Factbook tags within Bibles.
First, right-click the text you would like to tag.
Select Add Factbook tag.
Either select a Factbook article from the suggested list or use the search bar to find the Factbook article you would like to link to your tag.
There is now a dotted blue line under the text in your resource.
Filter Library by Factbook Tags
The Logos library can be filtered by Factbook tags. To turn on this filter, select Library and drag to open Library in a panel.
Under Filters, select Tags. Selecting My Tags displays all the tags you have created. Selecting Community Tags displays all the tags made by the Logos community.