When I perform a search, it appears that it only searches content I have downloaded.
As such, I frequently have to switch to a browser, perform a search, switch back to the app, and download what I need.
It would be so much nicer if I could just specify I wanted to perform an online search, then, if I found what I wanted, I could just click to download (much like clicking on one of my notes that refers to content that isn't downloaded yet.)40 votes
Very early groundwork has started with the Church’s content team to make this a possibility.
Add Study Plans to the Windows-based Gospel Library. Sync it between devices. Make it an integral part of Gospel Library on any OS. I formatted my phone and had to reinstall the Gospel Library, by doing so, I lost my study plans and had to start over again.15 votes
While we plan to implement Study Plans in the future, syncing to LDS.org and between platforms is not in our hands. The Church’s internal developers will need to work out syncing for Study Plans, at which time, we’ll sync when they do.
Include the ability to use Boolean operators in search, like AND or OR.15 votes
Return the feature that scrolls content text as audio is played.14 votes
Some features have not yet made it back into version 126.96.36.199. They are still being reintroduced. This will take some time, but, with the exception of the Inspirational Messages feature, all features available in version 2 are planned to return. Our focus with the first release of version 4 was to ensure that the most important features were available at launch.
This would be a great tool for youth and adults. You would set your daily reading goal (I.E pages, or chapters/day) and it would keep track of and show you how many days in a row you've read.
This could be great encouragement for people to read on a regular basis. It would be an optional tool people could activate if they want to.12 votes
We have had this feature planned for some time and have several mockups for how it may work. Because critical features are still missing, this feature has taken a backseat.
A means of managing deleted annotations so that accidentally deleted notes, highlights, bookmarks, and more, can be restored.
How about an undo button? I accidentally erased a marking that had an annotation with some copied quotes from leaders in it. I cannot duplicate the annotation as the original was done a year ago.9 votes
I’ve changed this to “Manage Deleted Annotations” because while an undo feature is impractical for the app, we do have plans to make it possible to get back what you may have lost.
The print feature is a great add, however, when printing the highlights do not print. It would be great to have them. I use this for talks and need the highlights.
Currently I "print" to PDF and use Adobe to go through and highlight what I need.1 vote
This is currently planned, but also currently impossible because of how printers treat webpages. In the future, we’ll see about trying to find a suitable workaround.
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