270 votesShane commented
My son is heading into seminary and I have an extensive Logos library that will eventually be willed to him, but in the meantime it seems family members should have access through a sibling account that is connected to the parent. The concern is the continuity of devices, where the research threads flow from one device to another, but this would disrupt research flow if I am using my library and he is doing his own research or study. Adding a family sharing feature will increase the value of Logos, especially as we invest in building this extensive library. Though our library is digital and not tangible, it seems it should be treated as if it were tangible, especially if marketed as an alternative to physical copies. Thank you.