With some recent update for Logos Bible Software, I’ve started noticing “corresponding annotation” notes. These are pulled in from one source (e.g., NA27) to the corresponding text in another (e.g., NA28).
This feature has been a hugely helpful addition to the platform. I’ve already rediscovered a number of notes that I’d forgotten about.
Kudos to the developers for making this excellent aid available.
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