Talk writing tool
I would love to have the ability to prepare a talk using Gospel Library. I would like to type a paragraph. Look for a quote, scripture, or talk and then copy the portion I would like to use for my talk. Then paste it and automatic show the link where it was quoted from. Continue doing this until a talk is completed.
The ability to do this will be very useful for missionaries. Missionaries could think of a difficult question investigators ask and then answer it using this method.
If there a tool already available in Gospel Library I would like to know about it.
You can easily copy any of the content in Gospel Library for Windows and paste it into any tool you use for writing talks with references and links back to the content. This works with most applications such as Microsoft Word, Google Sheets, Microsoft OneNote, and etc.
Just highlight what you want and either use Ctrl+C or click on the little menu that is highlighted and choose copy from the menu. When you paste it into your other application using Ctrl+V it will come with lots of reference information and a link. Just delete any information not needed.
Shawn Anderson commented
WORK AROUND: You can use the Notebook feature inside of Notes to create a similar experience. Each Notebook can serve as the repository for a planned or past talk, lesson or personal study topic.
Within that given Notebook, you can add and reorder typed notes which are visible in between the full text of scripture references.
I think the LDS Tech team didn't quite understand the intent because the original poster mentioned copy and paste. However, its about having native Gospel LIbrary links with comments in between those links in order to create a place to save and refer to user-prepared talks, lessons, personal study etc. However, the Notebook workaround above meets much of that need.
Dan Mercer commented
I used the Notebook feature to do this in the iOS app when I was a missionary. I'm not super familiar with Gospel Library for Windows, but I wonder if that would be a way to do what you're trying to accomplish.