Custom Color/Style Labels
When selecting the colors to highlight or underline, it would be extremely useful to be able to assign labels for them to help customize the functionality on a personal level. For instance when highlighting, selecting the highlight from the drop down, it would pull up a list of the colors that I have chosen, and next to each color would be a subject title that I have assigned.
This would make studies easier and more efficient because they would then be able to make more sense on a personal level and be able to allow us to see things in a way that makes sense individually.
Admin Note: This suggestion was originally two suggestions in one, including the ability to customize highlighter colors. Because highlighter color selection (from a set of six preset color sets) is now implemented in the beta (as of beta 18.104.22.168), we've removed it from this suggestion, but didn't want to lose the label suggestion or its ideas.
Michael Balzen commented
I like the idea of assigning topic names to the colors, in addition, it would be helpful to be able to choose the transparency level of the highlights as it is in indexing.
Samuel Bradshaw commented
Custom colors would need to be supported in iOS, Android, and LDS.org.
That would help so much with remembering what color means what, even in my hard copy scriptures I usually have a key in the front so I can remember.
Nicholas Roddy commented
I like this option in a way but Even having more options of colors would work as well. the colors that are available are all used up from the color coding in the Preach My Gospel (except for the brown and it is not a favorite color of mine) but even a paler color of purple that would make the matchup a little closer than the one that is provided now.
I guess what I am looking for is a color that is for my favorite scriptures, that are not included from the Preach My Gospel tabs and one that I can find a color for in crayon or color pencil, as I am also duplicating this to my hard copy so that I have it in my studies in case of a power outage or something.
But more options would be nice.
Evan Foster commented
I would love to see color labels. Anything that helps keep my studies organized would be great.