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Mass logging Travelers (Trackables)

posted Sep 26, 2012, 6:30 PM by Greg Jewett   [ updated Sep 27, 2012, 10:54 AM ]

There has been some recent discussion regarding the task of logging all the trackables that one has discovered or picked up from an event.  The shear number of travelers or trackable from some of the large events can be stagging and hard to log them all.

For some time, people have use the tool "Log Them All" (by Michal Canecky aka Cano (c) 2009).  But it has started to become sluggish with many changes in the Geocaching.com site and API.  There has been a plea/solicitation for anyone who might know of other sites or tools that can do this job.

More Tools for logging trackables:

GSAK Macro

by Hi_Dude98

DiscoverTB GSAK Macro

Click to Download

Usage:

Start the macro and fill in the following values:

  1. The date you want for the log entry
  2. The log text you want in each discover log.
  3. A semicolon separated list of tracking codes, (e.g "11111;22222:33333")
  4. Click 'OK'

Requires GSAK v8.1 to run.

This macro is based heavily on code and an idea from DipTB.gsk by Kai Team.   This macro was created by "bjoff".

It makes use of the API functionality and it seems to log around 25-30 travelers per minute. I've had no problems using it. Works great!


Geopt!

by ZionZR2 (Bill Ellis)
Windows OS tool for logging caches, trackables, attaching photos, etc..
This application will revolutionize the way you manage the logs online, the pictures in your logs and trackable.   You can make your logs quickly and easily, upload photos automatically to logs you have done in a quick and convenient way, and manage trackable, giving you the option to do "discovers" and "retrieves" from the cache, to move for the collection and inventory several trackables at once.

 

Log Them All!


Are you a geocoin icon collector? Did you just return from a great geocaching event with a list of TB and coins you discovered and now you are going to spend hours just to log them all? Well, you don't have to anymore. Just Log Them All at once!