Sometimes books in WORDsearch are sold or offered separately, but need to be treated as a single book in the Library, otherwise known as Sets. An example of a set would be a New Testament commentary sold as separate volumes, like Romans, Acts, Matthew, etc, but when you use them in the program, they work better when they are treated as a single book, collected all together. A Set can be as small as two volumes, or as large as over 30 volumes, and will function the same even if you don’t own the whole thing.
This week’s Quick Tip is for users of the WORDsearch iOS app.
In the app you can quickly search for a term within the text of your library’s books. This will help you narrow down which of you books mention the term you want to search, and help you decide which results you would like to read. This way, you can see every mention of that term in your library to help you read everything you can about it without having to go through all of your books trying to find the information you need.
One of the most important changes in the updated app is the sign-in process. When you first open your updated app, you will need to sign-in with a LifeWay ID. Please note that a WORDsearch ID and LifeWay ID are not the same. If you were signed into the app with your WORDsearch ID before updating, the WORDsearch app has stored your ID so you will still have access to your WORDsearch content.
Note: In order to stream books, you must have updated your Android app to the version released on April 2, 2015.
Live streaming is one of the best features included on the WORDsearch Android app. Any time that you have an internet connection, you can open your library and use your books without downloading them to your device.
Today’s Quick Tip is another simple, but extremely helpful tip for using WORDsearch. Did you know that you can change the text size in your books? By following these steps you can set up how your text size is displayed in the Library.
Even though this week’s Quick Tip is simple, it is incredibly helpful, especially if you are teaching or leading a study. The Bible is full of names and places that we don’t know how to say, but in with one click in WORDsearch, you can hear a word pronounced.