Providing an enhanced Map feature set could really make this logger stand above all others.
- GPS data for SOTA
- Grid Tracker / Overlay
- Color-coded Pins (to Track different modes FT8, CW, SSB…)
- QRZ Award Tracker (Being able to see the status on selected Awards you are tracking)
- Map Stats (graph or visual representation of QSOs via a pie chart/ Pota /Modes etc…)
Other potentially useful features:
-OffLine Database pulls of basic info like Name and QTH when there is no internet
-Automatic frequency changes when connected to the transceiver via Laptop
Thanks again for all your hard work, I especially appreciate your eye for minimalistic design and giving logging apps a much-needed 2021 refresh (away from the Windows7 look most of them have)
I just bought the Android app in hope to support your efforts to create the BEST logging app out there.
Wheeewww that’s a good list. I like it. Some of these are in the works. Some I hadn’t thought of. Thank you for writing this up! I’ll get tickets made.
I used the map feature for the first time yesterday and with all the labels my map looked like a map of boxed callsigns (I had 103QSOs). I loaded into QSOMAP and just went with the polylines and no tags - this made the map look a lot better. Would be a cool feature to have the option of turning the callsigns on or off for the map display - I loaded both map images for reference. THANKS FOR SUCH A GREAT APP
@W6CMS Easy! Great suggestion. Maybe don’t get so many QSOs next time
HAHAHA - I got 40QSOs so quick, I wanted to push to get ‘100’… for no other reason then getting over 100 at one activation.
How are you guys getting the lines? my QSO’s show up but there are no lines towards my QTH . Maybe I missed something during setup?
That is perfect, exactly right
For reference, this is what I see on my end, the lines from my QTH to the contact are missing. Is there a way to turn them on? thanks
Are you certain that there is a grid square listed for your “My Grid” box in that logbook?
As long as you have entered your gridsquare on the POTA form it will show. I’d imagine this isn’t a POTA logbook, or your gridsquare wasn’t entered.
Editing gridsquares on qsos in coming in the next release.
Thank! but this is a General Log (Not Pota) and could not find a way to input my GRID there (only the other station). Also noticed when editing a log under the General preset it features the Park Number fields instead of the QTH/Grid of the other station
Another thing I noticed (not map related) is that when the UTC time crosses over 00:01 the date stays the same (on the prior day) making the log inconsistent. I don’t know if this is a bug or just a quirk on my Android App.
Jarrett, I like the toggle!
Also recommend using smaller markers to identify the contacts’ locations. Those can get pretty crowded, too.