Quick filtering: Tap on a label in themenu on the right to display its verses exclusively. Press long on it to exclude it.
Create or Edit a Label
Select “Edit labels” from the main menu on the left in order to create, edit, or delete a label. Recently deleted labels can be restored online from the waste bin.
Attach Labels to Verses
Select one or multiple verses by tapping on their badge (rounded square on the left). Tap on thelabel icon of the context menu on top. Check labels you want to attach to the selected verses, uncheck labels you want to remove from the selected verses, and tap the button to save the changes ( disk icon).
Filter Verses by Label
The visibility of the verses grouped by labels is set in the labels’ drawer on the right. You can change the state of the labels/groups by tapping or pressing on them. The icons have the following meanings.
Crossed out eye: Verses with this label are always hidden.
Outlined eye: Verses with this label are visible unless some labels are in exclusive mode.
Filled eye: Verses with this label are visible, and all other verses are hidden.
Some automatic filters and filter settings are available.
Reviewed today: This filter filters verses reviewed today (depending on other filter settings)
All verses: Tapping this option changes the labels’ modes so that all verses are visible.
Unlabelled verses: Tapping this option changes the labels’ modes so that only unlabelled verses are visible.
All Verses in One List
In some situations it may be helpful to view all verses in one list, e.g. for exporting your complete collection to a file (see below). You can achieve this in thevisibility drawer on the right by switching boxes off and selecting the automatic filter “All verses”.
Export/Import Verses as File (CSV)
Open the additional menu on the right (three dots, mobile app only) and choose “Export to file”. This creates a new file in the CSV format with the currently displayed verses. You can share the exported file with other apps in order to store it or send it to someone else. CSV files can be opened with spreadsheet applications.
By choosing the option “Import from file” you can load verses from a file stored on your device.