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Seeing our own log or date on past caches
JoenGPS posted a question in Feature RequestsWould it be possible to see the date or log of my find when viewing a cache from within the app? I cache frequently with other cachers and have already logged a find in a lot of cases. When revisiting I would like to know when I found it (been caching since 2005) lol. Yesterday was my first day using Cachly 100%. I am a long time Geosphere transplant. I liked what I saw!!! Looking forward to learning more.
fossiecz posted a question in Feature RequestsHello is it possible to add ability to see friends logs in opened cache tab ? This feature is available in c'geo on android so API should support this. Thank you
Unnecessary Log Options for Owned Caches
Sherminator18 posted a topic in SupportI was looking at log options for my own cache. The following should be removed: Post Reviewer Note and Mark Missing, because these logs can't actually be posted. The Enable Listing log should only be available if the cache is already Disabled. And the Temporarily Disable Listing should only come up if the cache is Enabled. And what is the difference between "Archive" and "Permanently Archived" ?
Logs Automatically Adds Coordinates
Sherminator18 posted a topic in SupportI went back and looked at some of my logs that I submitted a few days ago using Cachly and they all have coordinates attached to them. I don't know how this happened because I never selected to have coordinates attached. Is this even an option in Cachly to attach coordinates to a log?
Multiple log templates
Kyzabra posted a question in Feature RequestsI'm sure it's been asked before, but wondering how far down the development tree is the ability to have multiple log templates. Or ideally, a seperate template for each log type (Find, dnf, need maintenance etc) this would be really handy.
Cache logs posted out of order
sshicks posted a topic in SupportCachly version number - 2.0.3 (4) iOS version - 10.3.1 Device that you are using - iPhone 5 Screen that issue is happening on and if you can replicate it - Logs If you are a Regular or Premium user of geocaching.com - Premium GC code if your question is about a specific cache - Not specific to a GC code but it can be demonstrated by looking at the logs for GC73QVX Cachly sometimes displays cache logs in a different order than what is displayed at the geocaching.com web page. For instance, for GC73QVX, the log for "sshicks" is displayed as the oldest log. In reality (and as displayed on geocaching.com) the "sshicks" log should be the third log - after the publish log and after the FTF log by "cachememoutside". We suspect that this might be caused by the other logs being edited after the "sshicks" log was entered, but we don't know for sure.
Incorrect date/time on fieldnotes / logs for non Seattle timezones
frso80 posted a question in Feature RequestsWhen logs are sent to geocaching.com they get the time and date that are in Seattle. For an example, if i log a cache (log or send a fieldnote) 2016-09-10 04:00 am it will be logged as if I found it at 2016-09-09 08:00 pm and if I log a cache at 2016-09-10 08:00 am it will be logged as if I found it at 2016-09-10 00:00 am (since I'm in Sweden and it's 8 hours difference between our and Seattles time zone). The workaround for this is to manually add 8 hours to every log. But this is quite annoying and easy to forget. This is an issue for all geocaching apps out there (even Groundspeaks own apps), the only app that has this working is Geocaching with Geosphere. It would be nice if Cachly (when the logs are sent to geocaching.com) would compare the iPhones/iPads timezone to Seattle and then automatically add the hours that differ. When a friend and I tried to figure this out and reverse engineer Geocaching with Geosphere we have come to the conclusion that Geosphere saves the time and date that the iPhone has so if you save your fieldnotes to a GPX-file the time and dates are correct, but if you send the logs to geocaching.com it automatically adds the hours that differ. I hope you understand what I mean, otherwise I will try to explain it better.