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  1. It is not the feature that was mentioned in either the broadcast or online. I'd imagine it would be more "user-friendly." Also, this way doesn't automatically sync. But it's good if you would like to transfer your highlighted publications to a different device. Like in my case, all of my publications on my iPad were studied and I wanted to bring them over to my new phone.
  2. I've attached a screenshot. Go to iTunes Connect Device Click on Device Home Click Apps Scroll Down to File Sharing Click JW Library The file is known as "user_data.db" This file can then be dragged onto your desktop and then added onto another apple device.
  3. Okay. For meetings, I have been using the JW Library app on my iPad for the last 3-4 years. Over the years I had been able to highlight much of most of the publications. Even with the Bible, a lot have been highlighted. My bible teach and teach us book are completely studied as well. Recently, I brought a new iPhone. This however meant that JW Library app on my phone is completely empty of notes. I thought it was okay but I recently found a cool way for apple users. When you connect your iDevice to iTunes on the computer, go to that device and select Apps. Under apps, you can see app data. If you tap on JW Library- you can find personal data. Move that file over to your computer. I then connected my other device to iTunes, deleted the personal data file on that device and instead swapped it for the personal data file from my iPad. Now, my iPhone now has all the highlighting that has been built up over the years from my iPad. I'm so happy it worked! (I know the above doesn't seem like clear instructions, I could perhaps do a more clear and accurate instructions later)
  4. 11:40pm here in New Zealand. Looking forward to this though I'll be drifting to sleep. Hope everything works well for the brothers, but even if not, what a show of loyal love and endurance to Jehovah.
  5. Just got an update from jw library but there seems to be a new reformat. Is it just me or do the pictures look bigger? In particular, the sample presentations page looks significantly larger. I don't want to rush to conclusions but are we close to having JW Library images now being used to show on-screen as was discussed recently? The thing though is the Blue, Orange and Red boxes that colour coded the different sections to the meeting have disappeared.... perhaps accidentally.
  6. We had our branch visit (Australasia) today, with HQ representative Bro Patrick LaFranca. Near the end of the special visit he mentioned a few nice encouraging experiences that have resulted from the letter writing campaign. Nice to hear experiences so soon from brothers from World HQ.
  7. Very exciting article I just found that I wanted to share. Talks about how religion is going about in New Zealand- my country- and the decrease in numbers. Surprise surprise, according to the article, we are "booming." Check it out:
  8. Everyone must check it out! It's now more interactive than ever before, including pictures/scenes/activities.
  9. O-o please let it be on the theme of our spiritual heritage. Fits in nicely with our CBS.
  10. I think using the JW Library app for Kingdom Hall use is amazing. Can't wait for this new update!
  11. What a video! Especially the concluding comments.
  12. This disappears my theory that the service committee was next for rotation. I guess we can say, "please don't look for patterns where there are none." I love Bro Ekrann's talks as well. Such a great speaker!
  13. We use JW Library at our hall before and after. We have been using the Sing Out Joyfully- Meetings category and shuffle. However, sometimes we'd play the Kingdom Melodies but haven't done so for a few months.
  14. Hehe here in New Zealand we have to go "Tuesday Tuesday TUESDAY!" At least we wake up in the morning to it:)