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Westech5@shaw.caI'm already logged in with an account.

My family members are joining in with me on these finds.

When I log a find, it adds a description to the cache, and automatically

adds to my history.

Question...

How do I add history to my son, daughter, and husband, separately, so

that they have their own history, but the cache site does not have 4 entries

every time. Comprende?

Thanks for helping,

SeestorChreestor

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Westech5@shaw.caI'm already logged in with an account.

My family members are joining in with me on these finds.

When I log a find, it adds a description to the cache, and automatically

adds to my history.

Question...

How do I add history to my son, daughter, and husband, separately, so

that they have their own history, but the cache site does not have 4 entries

every time. Comprende?

Thanks for helping,

SeestorChreestor

 

Short answer: You don't.

 

They need their own account and their own log entry for the cache.

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Go with a different user name for each family member. It's very unlikely you will ALWAYS cache together. Even if you do, it's fun to read logs based on different perspectives from the team members.

 

She: Found it easy - sat down while he looked for it

He: Hardest cache I've ever hunted. She just laughed and laughed and laughed.

 

Well you get the idea....

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As a cache owner I enjoy getting multiple logs from different people in the same group. It's nice to know that more than one person enjoyed the cache.

 

Just don't have everyone log the cache if three people sat in the car while one guy hiked half a mile to find it. As long as they signed the logbook, they can (and should) log on the cache page as well.

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As a cache owner I enjoy getting multiple logs from different people in the same group. It's nice to know that more than one person enjoyed the cache.
Same here. More logs is a good thing.

 

My kids also have their own accounts and when they actually remember to log their finds their entries are usually pretty entertaining. My husband also has an account but as a reluctant cacher he will probably NEVER log a find! :laughing:

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