Marking Resources as “Read” in Logos 4

I discovered a little tip the other day that I thought I’d share with all of you that might be a help to all of you on Logos 4.
With Logos, I enjoy reading through resources quite often off the computer screen, and now withLogos for iPhone and iPad, it’s even easier to take reading with Logos books just about anywhere. However, with thousands of resources in my library, it can be difficult to keep track of which ones I’ve read and which ones I haven’t. So I’ve discovered there’s an easy way to do just that in Logos 4.
Once I’ve finished reading a book, I will tag (Video link:Tags) the book “read“, which means I’ve read that resource. Then when navigating through the library, I can instantly spot resources I’ve read since they’ve been tagged as read books. To make it even easier, I could quickly generate a list of all the books I’ve read just by running a search for “mytag:read”.

It’s a quick and easy way to keep track of how many books you’ve read in Logos!