Personal Books Tool
Help us understand your use of the Personal Books tool in Logos Bible Software. Your answers will help us decide whether, how, and when to invest into improving it. Skip any questions that don’t apply.
1. Did you know Logos has a tool for creating personal Logos books?
2. Have you ever used the Personal Books tool?
3. How many books have you made? (Choose the best answer.)
101 or more
4. How likely are you to recommend the Personal Books tool to a friend or colleague? (Choose the best answer.)
5. Why do you use the Personal Books tool? (Choose all that apply.)
For books I’ve authored
For sermons I’ve preached
For my class lectures / syallabi
For my papers and school projects
For my own personal Bible translation
For my other personal writings (e.g., blog posts)
For my church’s/denomination’s materials
For Bibles Logos doesn’t sell
For public domain resources Logos doesn’t sell
For public domain resources Logos does sell
For digitizing copyrighted books I own in print
For making Logos editions out of books I own in another digital format
For copyrighted books I don’t own
As a general information management system
6. What do you like best about the Personal Books tool? (Choose the best answer.)
It’s easy to use
Resources are integrated into Logos
The functionality of the resources
7. What would you most like to see improved with the Personal Books tool? (Choose the best answer.)
Syncing my personal books to mobile devices and the web app
Sharing personal books with other users
Buying/selling personal books in a personal books store
Support for richer tagging
Support for more word processors (e.g., Google Docs) and file formats (e.g., EPUB, PDF)
Better management of books in the Personal Books tool
In-app personal books editor
8. How much would you be willing to pay to sync personal books to your mobile devices and selectively share some of them with other users? (Choose the best answer.)
9. If you’d be willing to talk to a Logos employee about your answers, please provide your email address below.
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