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  1. CanUSeeIT

    Integration with the Shortcuts app

    With the new "Auto Visit" feature in 7.0 (thank you, thank you, thank you, I've been wanting this feature for years!!) I would love to have a Shortcut that could adjust which TB's I'd like to auto-visit. For example, I have several "contexts" I can think of when caching, for example "Kayaking", "Hiking", "With the Dog", "Road Trip", etc., and various TB's I'd auto-visit with each (e.g. Kayak, Walking Stick, Dog, Campervan, etc.). So it would be great for Cachly to donate intentions that would adjust those settings. Well, most settings (I'm sure I'd find a use for them all!)
  2. I have Cachly installed on my shiny new Series 5, and it appears in the list of complications, but it's not available to choose on most (but not all) watch faces.
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    Include TB dips in Templates

    That's awesome! Is there any hope it'll be in time for GeoWoodstock '18?
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    Include TB dips in Templates

    I have a number of trackables items I carry with me, and would love to be able to set these up as part of a Template, so when I log a find I don’t have to also select each TB I want to dip. Obviously this wouldn’t apply to Drops. This would save a LOT of time on Big Logging Days.
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    Show distant caches' waypoints on the map

    So, not by the weekend?
  6. I've always wanted to be able to see the waypoints that belong to another (possibly distant) cache on the map, when I'm looking at the area the waypoint is in, not just when I'm looking at that cache. Here's an example. There's a cache in my area that has it's published coordinates "downtown", but it has published waypoints scattered all over the county, many miles apart. Last weekend I was caching in a park that had one of the waypoints, but of course I couldn't see it. I missed a TCO (Tree Climbing Opportunity). Ultimately, I'd like to be able to say to the map "show me all the geocaching stuff in this park, caches and waypoints". Of course, this should include published waypoints as well as "user waypoints" I've added (while working on a large multi, for example) I realize this would take a lot of churning through data to achieve, so I was thinking there could be a list I could designate as one that would include the "distant caches" I'd always want to see in this view. This feature would make my geocaching life complete.
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    Apple Watch 2

    I've been thinking about this some more. I have the Series 0 watch (no GPS), so there's no way for the watch to know direction. I don't know if the Series 2 has a compass, or has to infer direction from movement (which isn't ideal during those times when you have to walk backwards, or perform a Monty Python Silly Walk or Modern Dance performance while searching, you know, to distract the muggles). Even if direction isn't available, I would still love to have an indication of range. I'm imagining a UI with a circle that shrinks in size the closer I get, along with text showing the distance in numbers. Probably green
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    Cachly 2.1 and map clustering input needed

    I agree with the the approach you've outlined. In general I think any feature like like this should: 1. Only go into effect as a last resort, and 2. Have a switch so an informed user can choose to turn it off, and suffer the consequences (fewer caches showing, etc.) with a warning that consequences are happening.
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    Apple Watch 2

    I want to +1 this feature request. I live in a cold-weather area, and often have to wear gloves. I'm also required by my employer to have my iPhone locked, so I have to remove my glove often to use the TouchID sensor. When I'm close to GZ, I'm constantly having to glove-on / glove-off. Having the option to leave the phone in my pocket while searching, and just glance at my watch would be a huge advantage. It's the only reason I ever used the official app (and it's true, it didn't work terribly well) - I have no doubt that you could make actually useful.