How to Create a Shortcuts Folder for Favorite Websites

Hopefully, you’re taking advantage of your customizable Shortcuts bar (to the right of the Tools menu) on which you can place quick links to your most-used Logos features. However, did you know you can also place links to needed websites?

Check this out:

  • Open your browser to a website you use while working in Logos such as (A)
  • Position Logos (B) and the web browser (C) so you can see both

  • Drag the web address (D) to the Logos Shortcuts bar (E)
  • Click the new link to jump right to that website!
  • Repeat these steps for additional websites

Now let’s create a Shortcuts Folder for these websites:

  • Right-click on one of the new shortcut icons (F)
  • Type a name in the Folders box such as WEB (G)
  • Right-click on the other links to websites typing the SAME Folder name in all

  • Notice now a down list with all of your Bible study websites neatly arranged (H)

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Karen Engle

Karen Engle is a copy editor for Faithlife. She has a master's in biblical studies and theology from Western Seminary and frequently takes groups to Israel.

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