Any discussions around the Gospel Library App on various mobile and electronic devices.
I know! I asked the same question. I can't figure our why it has been removed. Without the export feature, there isn't a lot of point to adding things to notebooks. I tried to run this up the flag pole, but the responses I received from technical support was clearly from a younger person who had never seen the whole concept and process as it used to be. I finally just dropped it. It is very frustrating - because the user interface tools via one's phone have finally arrived at a point where they are easy to use - and then I find out I can't export any of my notebooks/journals! The export tool for creating talks, etc. is an absolute necessity to make the notetaking/highlighting/journaling system work. Perhaps you can get further than I did.
Yes, it frankly terrifies me to not be able to export my notes any more, and I’ve kindly been putting in a word for an import option for years. I’ve been adding study notes since the Gospel Library first arrived, and I think my last backup had over 13,000 notes, including all the notes I transferred by hand from my well-marked physical scriptures. It would devastating indeed to lose them in a database snafu.
Piling on here...this seems like such a straightforward request in today’s tech and mobile environment. Users can share/export individual notes, why not allow entire notebooks or tag selections the same function?
bowklook wrote:Piling on here...this seems like such a straightforward request in today’s tech and mobile environment. Users can share/export individual notes, why not allow entire notebooks or tag selections the same function?
As this is a user-to-user tech support forum, posting requests here will do nothing to request changes. If you want your idea/request/question to get to the programmers (and more importantly the decision makers who direct their priorities) you should send feedback from within the app. Posts to this forum will not reach them.
You will most likely NOT receive an individualized response, but others who are more "in the know" than I am have indicated that all feedback is read by service missionaries and forwarded to the appropriate departments for consideration.
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