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Have a marker when a verse has been added to a clipping

When a verse is added to a clipping there is no way of knowing just by looking through the text that it has been added. This can be very frustrating if you think you have missed something and then have to trawl through all the clippings to find out if it was added in the first place

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    Dan shared this idea  ·   ·  Admin →

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      • James Janssen commented  · 

        New Logos user here. I find clippings fantastic for academic work. I love quoting a passage, and the taking a note below the clipping tagging it for my research etc. But I was surprised to find out it was not _associated_ with the original text that I highlighted. I want a visual indicator when I am reading the document that I had clipped that section and commented on it. In other words, I want a two way link between the forest and the trees I have visited.

        I realize notes has this feature, but I find clippings far superior.

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