Can Logos 8 organize in the same way?
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Or how do I need to change my thinking? Andy Williams: Can you help me wrap my brain around this?
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Without them Logos would have died early. They were the only real help available. Notes in Logos can't be organised in that way - though it is something that has been discussed by other users. Favorites can be structured in that way and might help with what you are trying to do. Andy I can't help with Notes- have not used them in years- L8 only made it worse- I see notes as nothing more than storing Highlights, Workflow is ok, but you can't save them with the resources in it- you have to save it as a layout then drag it to a folder in Favorites I posted a screen shot of what I'm doing.
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My recommendation would be to have a 1 Peter Notebook, and then immediately create a note for "Table of Contents". Then add all your other notes, and link to those from the Table of Contents. Sorting your notebook by "Date Created" show allow you to find your ToC fairly easily next time.
If alphabetical sorting is added in the future, you could make the first line "! Table of Contents" in order to get it to show at the top.
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I use OneNote as well, though I don't link L8 resources. I do like being able to organize my notes how I wish. And, I am beginning to think One Note is the way to go. Written over five centuries ago, this Renaissance-era school notebook is a very rare historical document.
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