Import/Export notes to/from Evernote.
It would be nice if Logos (both PC and iPad/iPhone/iPod versions) could import/export notes to/from Evernote. If possible the format should be compatible with OliveTree's BibleReader so the notes can be portable between applications.
Pat Callahan commented
You can link your Evernote note to Logos notes pretty easily.
In Evernote, right-click your note and from the popup window, select:
Copy internal link > Copy web app link
Then in my Logos note, I type something like "Link to Evernote" then highlight it and select the Link button and paste the link from Evernote into my Logos note. Now that text is hyperlinked to the web version of Evernote and will open when clicked on.
I haven't found a great way to go in the other direction (from Evernote to Logos). But it works out great for me because I do a lot of my prep in Evernote; when I want to connect that to my Logos Notes, it works great.
Hope this helps.
Ben Workentine commented
This would be great! I use evernote for my sermon prep. Having the resources link would make my copy/paste work go much more quickly!
Laurie Hansen commented
It would be great to auto cut and paste into an open note in Evernote just like we can for Word.
Include OneNote also. Not everyone uses Evernote. These two are the biggest platforms.
Luc W. Learoyd commented
If you allow to import from Evernote, you should allow it from OneNote. It's 100 times more powerful than Evernote.
I really wish I could import handwritten notes from a pdf file to my Logos. I know you can do this with MS Word but for us "old school" people who like to take handwritten notes as we study, it would sure be nice to scan them in and have them accessible connected to the text we're studying for future reference.
Marcos Angeles commented
No only from evernote, but from pdf file
Both Evernote and OneNote would be of great value!!
Immanuel Koks commented
second the call to do the same for OneNote
Andrew Biddinger commented
Please include for OneNote too!
This feature would save me so much time and effort, not only in my sermon prep but in my school work as well!
Steve Raub commented
Can you please incorporate the ability enlarge/zoom into the maps the Zondervan Atlas of the Bible.
I had your Logos software in the mid to late 90's and was able to zoom into the map locations, including 3D views as well as measure the distance between two points.
Why is this feature no longer available? It is not much use if a person is unable to get close detail of geographic areas of interest. $42.00 for an Atlas without the functionality to zoom in or enlarge the map area seems of little value.
I have Logos 6, running on a Windows 7 Professional Platform. 3.16 GHz, 64 Bit Operating System.
I was referred to your department via Customer Service.
Kim Uchimura commented
When I'm doing research for a sermon, I use Evernote to store information that I may need later. While it's great to highlight text, copy it then put it in Evernote, right now, because I have to go from Logos to Evernote and back again, it doubles to triples the amount of time it takes as compared to when I'm adding something to Evernote from Google. Evernote created a 'clipper' function that's great in Google - all I have to do is highlight the text, click on the icon at the header of the Google page and it automatically saves to where I selected with the first item copied. Perhaps Evernote and Dropbox and Kindle and all the others would work with Logos to develop the same functionality.
MJ Smith commented
It appears that one can export to OneNote ...
Keeping notes within our personal Bibles is the reason we turn to electronic versions in the first place. Most of us have been through the Bibles with big margins etc. I used to print out books of the bible when doing Bibles studies that not only had wide margins but were double spaced so that I could take notes between verses; the opposite page was blank for even more note taking. Obviously this is not an ideal solution. However, I have been disappointed with the note taking capabilities in electronic editions. What we need is the flexibility of a paper bible combined with the power only electronic editions can give us. I want to highlight like crazy, Have access to lots of symbols, have link sets so I can jump between verses. The capability of linking files internally, locally, and to the web. I want to write between the lines, and draw lines. Create text boxes. I would love to include audio, videos, graphics, mind maps, pictures etc. If the multimedia is to much then create tighter integration with Onenote so that we can use that in conjunction with "Our Bibles". I want to see all these things when I open my Bible just as if I scribbled something in a paper version. Not just when I hover over or open another pane. Give us the choice. No Notes, Hover notes, or See my notes. Seems to me in this day and age that this should be possible. If Logos/Verbum would concentrate on this aspect alone you would sell more product especially to the average person in the pew. Call it "My Bible" or "Build a Bible". If you would do that, with all the other wonderful features your software offers would really make this a killer package.
I am going to play devils advocate on this one. While I understand what you are all saying, can you imagine what it would take for the programmers at Logos to keep up with any and all format changes made to things like Evernote? I have some experience in computer programming and website design and I can tell you it is not an easy thing to do. You would be talking many man hours just to get it compatible first and then to maintain it. When in reality all you have to do is write out your notes in Logos note or whatever platform you use and copy and paste them with ctrl c and ctrl v. There are far more important things I would want Logos to use their time and money for, such as developing the EEC set they are providing.
A simple feature added to select where notes and other information are saved would be the solution. Then you could save to any cloud-based program/ location and open on any device running Logos. Research done on a tablet or desktop products could then be interchangeable.
I don't think Logos should support just one note software package like this -- they already force us to make decisions about our platforms (no windows phones or tablets!); they should not be forcing us to use a single note package to get any sort of integration.
I would vote for this if it were for better integration with ALL notes platforms, but I won't vote for an Evernote specific feature.
If I could import notes back into Logos from my Kindle, I'd be more likely to purchase all books through Logos rather than Kindle.
1)Purchase book in Logos
2)Export to Kindle for reading, highlighting, notes, etc.
3)Import back into Logos (directly or through evernote)