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    chadwick103 commented  · 

    I've been using Logos for 8 years and I love a lot of the features in the software. But since most of my electronic organization revolves around Evernote rather than by using the note files and clippings, this would be a great feature. I still like having the dedicated note file option in Logos since these are searchable, but an Evernote option (like Logos already has with Faithlife, Tweitter, and FB), would be a great addition. I do already use the control-alt-v option with copied text from Logos.

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    chadwick103 commented  · 

    I NEVER use the bookmarks tool. I find the "favorites" tool much more useful, since they're unlimited and you can organize them however you like. I have made a shortcut for "favorites," so it is always easy to access. You can save as many places in a book as you like with favorites - and it's as easy as clicking "ctrl+d" or "command+d" (for mac). Just a thought until Logos plans to do more with bookmarks down the road (fingers crossed).

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    chadwick103 commented  · 

    I agree that this should be a priority at some point. The impressive map module of Bibleworks is one of its features that blows the competition out of the water (in that area). As a Logos-guy, I would love to see L4 add more map functionality like Bibleworks7-9 offer.

    I would say, I do like the biblical places and maps in Logos - they're very practical for study and normally give me what I need. But I do find myself going to BW9 when the locations in a passage are limited in my Logos maps.

    Where Logos stands apart is the ability for the interface to detect various maps and pictures throughout one's library, even apart form the base package. When I bought the ESV Study Bible Notes, I was amazed to see the integration into the map features!

    Still, this could all use some more work to be the clear leader in the Bible study maps arena.

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