How do I update my gospel library?
To delete and re-install the Gospel Library app: Start Gospel Library. Back up any notes by going to Settings > Account Settings. Click Sync Now.
To navigate to your tags list, follow these steps:
- Go to the Gospel Library main home screen.
- Tap on the Notes section (looks like a notebook).
- Click on the “tags” option in the sub-menu navigation bar.
Why is Gospel Library not working?
✅ Gospel Library app Notifications are not working properly.
Go to your Settings->Notifications->Gospel Library and check whether notifications enabled or not. If it is not enabled, please enable it.
How old is the Gospel Library app?
|Support URL:||The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Support|
|Developer Website:||The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints|
|Country Release Date:||06/18/2013|
|Worldwide Release Date:||06/18/2013|
How do I add a bookmark to Gospel Library?
When you’re on a chapter you want to bookmark, tap the saved locations button, then tap on Bookmarks. Next, tap the floating plus button in the bottom right corner.
Yes, on the home page of Gospel Library for Android, tap on Notes, then go to the Tags tab. This shows a list of all of your tags. On your PC, are you using Gospel Library for Windows 10, or the LDS.org study tools at Notes.LDS.org? On Notes.LDS.org, the second tab is your list of tags.
When was gospel library created?
Available since 2009, the Gospel Library app has attracted more than 1.5 million active users. Its a tool that can help you study, search, mark and share gospel content.
Can you get Gospel Library on Apple Watch?
With the very first LDS Scripture app made specifically for the Apple Watch you can make sure you have the scriptures with you wherever you go. – English support for the Old Testament, the New Testament, the Book of Mormon, the Doctrine and Covenants, and the Pearl of Great Price.
How do you use LDS notes?
To access your study space, sign in at LDS.org and open Notes from the “My Account” menu. You can also use the “Open Notebook” link on the black toolbar at the bottom of your browser window when reading in the scriptures, Church magazines, lesson manuals, and conference addresses.