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  • Make sure the mouse is turned on.
    The On/Off switch is located on the bottom of the mouse.


The number 1 LED on the bottom of the mouse should be blinking fast.
NOTE: If the LED is not blinking fast, do a long press of three seconds on the Easy- Switch button on the mouse bottom.

  • There are two ways you can connect your mouse:
    • Use the wireless USB receiver
      Plug the receiver into a USB port on your computer.
    • Connect directly via Bluetooth
      Open the Bluetooth settings on your computer to complete the pairing.
      Search for new devices and click on MX Anywhere 3 to connect.
      Click here for more details on how to do this on your computer.
      If you experience issues with Bluetooth, click here for Bluetooth troubleshooting.
  • Install Logitech Options Software.
    Download Logitech Options to customize your mouse and benefit from advanced
    shortcuts and all the possibilities this mouse has to offer. To download and learn more
    about the full range of features, go to logitech.com/options

Product OverviewOverview

  1. Mag Speed scroll wheel
  2. Mode shift button for the scroll wheel — shift between line-by-line scrolling and free spinning
  3. Battery status LED
  4. Silicone side grips
  5. USB-C charging port
  6. On/Off button
  7. Darkfield 4000DPI sensor
  8. Easy-Switch and connect button
  9. Back/Forward buttons


Your mouse can be paired with up to three different computers using the Easy-Switch button to change the channel.


  1. A short press on the Easy-Switch button will let you switch channels (from one computer to another). Select the channel you want and go to the next step.
  2. Press and hold the Easy-Switch button for three seconds. This will put the mouse in discoverable mode so that it can be seen by your computer. The LED will start blinking fast.
  3.  Choose how you want to connect your mouse to your computer, Bluetooth, or USB:
    o Bluetooth: Open the Bluetooth settings on your computer to complete the pairing. More details here.
    o USB receiver: Plug the receiver into a USB port, open Logitech Options, and select: Add devices > Setup Unifying device, then follow the instructions.
MagSpeed adaptive scroll-wheel with SmartShift Wheel

The speed-adaptive scroll wheel shifts between two scrolling modes automatically. As you scroll faster, it will automatically shift from line-by-line scrolling to free-spinning.

  • Line-by-line (ratchet) mode — ideal for precise navigation of items and lists.
  • Hyper-fast (free-spin) mode — near-frictionless spinning, letting you fly through long documents and web pages.Wheel 2
Switch modes manually

You can also manually switch between modes by pressing the mode shift button.Mode

By default, mode shift is assigned to the button on top of the mouse.

In Logitech Options software, you can decide to disable SmartShift if you prefer to stay in one scrolling mode and always shift manually. You can also adjust the SmartShift sensitivity, which will change the speed required to automatically shift into free spinning.


Horizontal Scroll


You can scroll horizontally with your MX Anywhere 3!
This is done with a two-button combination: Press and hold one of the side buttons and scroll with the wheel simultaneously.

NOTE: The horizontal scroll is ON by default in your Logitech Options software. You can customize this feature in the Point & Scroll tab in Logitech Options.
For more detailed information on Horizontal scroll, click here.

Back/Forward buttons

The back and forward buttons enhance navigation and simplify tasks.Button

To move back and forward: 

  • Press the back or forward button to navigate web or document pages, depending on the location of the mouse pointer.

NOTE: On a Mac, enabling the back/forward buttons requires installation of Logitech Options software.
In addition to enabling the buttons for use with Macs, Logitech Options software lets you assign other useful functions to the buttons, including undo/redo, OS navigation, volume up/down, and more.

App-Specific Settings

Your mouse buttons can be assigned to perform different functions for different applications. For instance, you can assign the side buttons to control volume in Spotify, copy/paste in Microsoft Excel, or undo/redo in Adobe Photoshop.
When you install Logitech options, you can install predefined app-specific settings that will adapt the mouse button behavior to the selected applications.
Here are the app-specific settings we have created for you:

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With these settings, the wheel mode-shift button retains the same functionality across all applications.
Each of these settings can be customized manually, for any application.

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Adjust the feel of the scroll wheel

When you scroll in Ratchet mode, you can adjust the feel of your scroll wheel on the “Point & Scroll” tab in Logitech Options.

  • A lower force will make the ratchet very subtle and smooth.
  • A higher force will make every ratchet very firm and precise.

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Assign gestures to the top button

If you want more advanced functionality, you can assign the top button of the mouse to be the “Gesture Button”. This will transform your top button into a powerful multi-function button allowing you to use gestures for desktop navigation, app management, pan, zoom, and more.
On the Mouse tab, select the top button below the wheel and click on Gesture Button.

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By default, the gesture buttons will allow you to navigate between windows and desktops.

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In order to perform the gestures, you will need to hold the button while you move the mouse.

Flow between two computers

You can work on multiple computers with a single MX Anywhere 3.
With Logitech Flow, you can use the mouse cursor to move from one computer to the next. You can even copy and paste between computers, and if you have a compatible Logitech keyboard, such as MX Keys, the keyboard will follow the mouse and switch computers at the same time.

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You will need to install Logitech Options software on both computers and follow these instructions.

Charging MX Anywhere 3


  • Connect one end of the provided charging cable to the USB-C port on the mouse and the other end to a USB power source.

A minimum of a three-minute charge gives you enough power for a full day of use. Depending on how you use the mouse, a full charge can last up to 70 days*.
* Battery life may vary depending on user and operating conditions.

Check Battery Status

The LED on the top of the mouse indicates battery status.Charging 2

You can install Logitech Options software to receive battery status notifications, including low-charge warnings.

LED Color                      Indications
Green                              From 100% to 10% charge
Red                                 10% charge or below
Pulsing green                 While charginglogo

Documents / Resources

logitech Mouse [pdf] User Guide


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  1. Need help connecting my mouse. It just disconnected. Batteries are good and it is turned on. Need directions on how to reset to my computer.

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