How You Use Logos Desktop and How We Can Make It Better
We'd like to understand better how you use Logos for Windows and Mac. See this forum post (https://community.logos.com/forums/t/134284.aspx) for more context on this survey and to provide more feedback.
1. How do you mainly use Logos?
When you use Logos for Windows or Mac, are you normally doing (1) well-defined, structured Bible study task (e.g., preparing a sermon, taking a course, writing a paper, preparing for small group, having your daily devotions), where there's a definitive start and end to your work and you often (but not always) have some sort of finished product at the end or (2) open-ended exploration, researching something you're curious about, browsing and meandering down rabbit trails, often with no real end point in mind or clear path to get there, where the goal is learning and discovery?
Mainly for task-based study
Mainly for open-ended exploration
2. How often do you use Logos for the following tasks?
Never
Occasionally
Regularly
Memorize Greek and Hebrew vocabulary
Prepare to preach
Write a paper, article, blog post, book, etc.
Prepare to teach
Have personal devotions
Keep a spiritual journal
Pray through my prayer lists
Prepare to lead family worship
Do lectionary readings
Take a course or other learning plan
Read a calendar devotional
Teach in the classroom
Memorize Scripture
Do a book reading plan
Do a Bible reading plan
Lead family worship
Do structured Bible study (often with a workbook or following an established method)
3. How good is Logos at helping you complete well-defined, structured Bible study tasks?
Horrible
Excellent
4. How good is Logos at helping you with open-ended exploration and discovery?
Horrible
Excellent
5. How good is Logos at helping you with the following tasks?
Poor
Good
Very good
N/A
Do lectionary readings
Write a paper, article, blog post, book, etc.
Keep a spiritual journal
Read a calendar devotional
Teach in the classroom
Do a book reading plan
Prepare to teach
Prepare to preach
Memorize Scripture
Do a Bible reading plan
Take a course or other learning plan
Do structured Bible study (often with a workbook or following an established method)
Prepare to lead family worship
Pray through my prayer lists
Lead family worship
Have personal devotions
Memorize Greek and Hebrew vocabulary
6. If Logos provided more structured, guided approaches to Bible study tasks where you were given a stepped process for preparing a sermon, studying a passage, etc. with the ability to choose different templates/approaches from established methodologies, how helpful would you find that?
Very unhelpful
Very helpful
7. If Logos provided a way to create, schedule, and manage your Bible study tasks (e.g., prepare sermon for Sunday, Dec. 25), how helpful would you find that?
Very unhelpful
Very helpful
8. How important is it that we improve Logos in the following areas?
Unimportant
Somewhat important
Very important
Improve guides
Provide a way to create, schedule, and manage Bible study tasks
Improve topical/theological study
Improve performance
Improve search
Improve the user interface
Make it easier to get help learning how to use Logos
Improve layouts
Improve library
Improve graphing and data visualizations
Provide guided methods/templates for doing Bible study tasks
Improve notes
Improve the homepage
9. What's the most important thing we could do to make Logos desktop meet your needs better?
Your answer
10. Is there anything else you want to tell us?
Your answer
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