Add Sermon Transcripts from Faithlife Sermons

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Add transcripts to your sermons from Faithlife Sermons in two ways: upload a document or direct input. Transcripts not only make your sermon available in text format, but they also auto-generate a full sermon tone analysis.


Did you know? You can also publish sermon transcripts directly to Faithlife Sermons from the Logos Sermon Editor.


Upload a Document

Uploading a text document will generate an automatic sermon transcript. While the process is simple, you can update the transcript only by re-uploading the document.


1. Find the sermon

Once signed into Faithlife Sermons, locate your sermon under My Sermons.


2. Add the transcript

Scroll down to the Notes & Transcripts section and click Import from a file.


Select a text document containing your sermon text. Once the transcript processes, the text will display at the bottom of the sermon page. The document will be added to the sermon’s list of associated files.


Note: When you add a transcript by uploading a document, you cannot edit the transcript text from Faithlife Sermons. To update the transcript, you must delete the old transcript document and upload an edited document in its place.


Direct Input

You can also manually add a transcript directly from any sermon’s edit page. Choosing this method allows you to make changes directly from Faithlife Sermons.


1. Find the sermon

Once signed into Faithlife Sermons, locate your sermon under My Sermons.


Edit the sermon

Once you’ve located the sermon, click Edit to add your own transcript manually.


Add your transcript

Scroll down to the Notes & Transcripts section and click edit. As you add sermon text on the left, a preview of your transcript will display on the right. When you’re finished, select Done in the top right-hand corner of the transcript editor and Save the sermon. Because you added the transcript manually, you can edit the transcript by returning to the Notes & Transcripts section of the sermon’s edit page and selecting Edit sermon notes.


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