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Does anyone know any way to (probably using a 3rd party app) search through all of my previous logs?

 

I want to start keeping track of my FTF's (Now I probably have about 10), but I never marked them down. I want to search my previous logs for "FTF", and then read through the logs and see which ones I was FTF on.

 

Thanks in advance!

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Does anyone know any way to (probably using a 3rd party app) search through all of my previous logs?

 

I want to start keeping track of my FTF's (Now I probably have about 10), but I never marked them down. I want to search my previous logs for "FTF", and then read through the logs and see which ones I was FTF on.

 

Thanks in advance!

GSAK is your friend.

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Does anyone know any way to (probably using a 3rd party app) search through all of my previous logs?

 

I want to start keeping track of my FTF's (Now I probably have about 10), but I never marked them down. I want to search my previous logs for "FTF", and then read through the logs and see which ones I was FTF on.

 

Thanks in advance!

GSAK is your friend.

 

You might also try www.mygeocachingprofile.com. You will need to run your "my finds" PQ and then upload it to their website. There is a spot that will search for all logs containing FTF (or something close...I think)and then it will spit out a bunch of html code that you cut and paste to your profile page. From there you can view your FTF caches and create your list.

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Does anyone know any way to (probably using a 3rd party app) search through all of my previous logs?

 

I want to start keeping track of my FTF's (Now I probably have about 10), but I never marked them down. I want to search my previous logs for "FTF", and then read through the logs and see which ones I was FTF on.

 

Thanks in advance!

There is a new Geocaching API application Geocache Companion that concentrates on FTF. I can't quite make out whether it will scan logs but it may be worth a look?

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