allow Collections to be created from "all open resources"
When writing a paper, I end up with multiple resources open that I need to create a bibliography for. Rather than frustratingly adding them individually to a new collection (or tagging each separately and creating a collection based on that tag, as has been suggested), I'd like to be able to create a collection from "all open resources."
Two alternate solutions would be:
1) Allow creation of a bibliography from all currently open resources which could be copied/pasted into a document.
2) Allow simultaneous tagging of all open/selected resources in order to create a collection from.
ref: http://community.logos.com/forums/p/29892/221144.aspx#221144 where I also saw this discussed.
Alternate solution #1 already exists: Documents > Bibliography; Add > Add citations from … all open resources. You can then save as a collection, or export the citations (both from the Panel menu).
Adam Borries commented
Alternate solution #2 also already exists:
Library, filter by "All Open Resources", select all, add tag to all.
I finally figured out this could be done using the "Bibliography" document. This isn't easily found. Everything I saw about Logos 5 for the last several papers I've written talk about the ability to create a bibliography from collections - when I saw a mention of a bibliography "tool" of Logos 5, I fiddled around until I found it. I don't know how I overlooked http://www.logos.com/support/logos5/bibliography when I was watching those videos. That's exactly what I needed. Thank you.