Export of all Scripture Tags and Notes?

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spierce01
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Export of all Scripture Tags and Notes?

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I've read through many forum posts and I think I'm concluding correctly that this no way to currently export scripture tags and notes to a human readable file? For example, I just want to be able to download the hundreds of scripture tags into a spreadsheet, rather than typing them all out. They are getting a little sloppy and I want to reorganize them, but it's a little clunky to do that in the app. Any suggestions?
boorocky
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Re: Export of all Scripture Tags and Notes?

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I believe you can share them when you select to do so within the Notebooks part of LDS Scriptures app on an iPhone. Good Luck!
mstauff
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Re: Export of all Scripture Tags and Notes?

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I have tried this several times over the years with very poor results. I just tried this morning and the best results I've ever had, so it appears some significant improvements have been made! It appears to have exported ALL of my notes/highlights which is the first time they've all come through. It appeared to have almost all of my recorded notes (I've seen them truncated in past downloads, IIRC). There were a couple cases where it didn't include the entire note, but that was rare and I haven't found a consistent pattern of when it didn't include it all. The biggest thing that I think was missing is there were no tags. That would be really helpful to include in the export, but all things considered I'm very happy that I got as much data as I got, just to have my own personal backup "just in case".
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