Add tablet pen use
When taking notes in church, typing short notes is fine...but as I'm using more pen based apps I'd love to be able to be able to toggle back and forth between typed text and written notes
As a starter it could save the image of the handwriting in the note but then later could be updated to offer OCR capability, etc.
Another upgrade would allow you to write on the resource as if it's a book and that writing would be stored and would be displayed when that text is viewed, and could be turned on/off.
Tony Kan commented
In the edit/create collections screen, I was surprised to discover I can't drag resources into the "add to collection box" with a stylus or finger.
However, I was able to do so on a PC with a mouse or laptop and a mousepad.
Patrick S. commented
Agreed. Being able to copy Scripture but then also write around it and be able to save that as a note would be fantastic. I went to tablet from physical because I was buying the smallest pens possible to write on margins.
Having notes act like OneNote where you can bring in things like Scripture and maybe even voice recording and slides would be amazing.
Allen Collins commented
I take notes in church using a stylus on my Microsoft Surface (now in One Note). At one time this worked within Logos, but then something changed no longer allowing the stylus to function within the notes area of Logos. When I received an email recently with a link to evaluate the new Notes features, I was pleased to see that the stylus worked again. However, after purchasing the Logos 8 upgrade, I found that unlike the weblink preview, the downloaded program is not supporting the stylus within Notes. I would like to utilize Logos Notes, but the lack of stylus capability is preventing me from doing so since I am not a proficient typist.