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Online Scuba Dive Log - How do you log your dives?
Greg - 7/29/2010 3:00 PM
Category: Survey
Replies: 105

Would you OR do you currently log your dives online?

If so, list the website you use...and please briefly comment on the "must have" features of an online dive log. The basics are a given: date, location, depth, time, buddies, notes, easy import, easy export. But what do you have to have in your dive log OR what would you LIKE to have? Put your answer in the comment section.
Eric_R - 8/08/2014 8:50 PM
[Choose #4] I’m torn between my old paper log and using technology.
imbodie - 12/02/2010 7:44 AM
[Choose #3] an upload feature from the dive computers would be nice.
ScubaGuy_CA - 11/07/2010 1:58 AM
[Choose #3] Currently using Suunto Software - Very Good but has room for improvements
VicFLA - 10/14/2010 10:21 PM
[Choose #1] I use paper and online on facebook:
gemiller - 10/14/2010 6:18 PM
[Choose #1] I use Dive Log 5.0, perhaps just make it syncable with the software options out there so we can sync up!
Aquaman69 - 9/22/2010 7:38 AM
[Choose #5] But I can see the benefit in Online logging , if DAN attend a dive accident it would be easy to view the patients previous dives !
madlobster - 9/09/2010 5:11 PM
[Choose #1] use and upload feature from my Sherwood
AOW_dude - 9/05/2010 9:19 PM
[Choose #3] I log ’em on my PC in Excel. Adds up my total bottom time and stuff.
Smithsgold - 8/29/2010 1:12 PM
[Choose #2] I do both !!!
flyingfrawg - 8/22/2010 5:25 PM
[Choose #3] Would like to be able to upload a computer based log entry from the laptop
dalehall - 8/18/2010 3:33 PM
[Choose #3] I have my log book and a computer based log book, but don’t use any real online place to log them. I would on DB though.
jimran - 8/17/2010 8:50 PM
[Choose #5] just stoped
justcuz7197 - 8/15/2010 8:21 AM
[Choose #4] you can log your dives on line?
neilcp - 8/15/2010 1:38 AM
[Choose #3] I log them on paper & computer via my Uwatec Tec 2G
binobanana - 8/11/2010 7:38 PM
[Choose #5] online logs like divebudd’y or facebook are not flexible enough!
Johanna - 8/09/2010 8:38 AM
[Choose #4] Sticking to paper for historical access
John_giu - 8/08/2010 6:30 PM
[Choose #3] I download them with SmartTrak then paper log them
Pixel - 8/04/2010 12:41 PM
[Choose #3] I like my log book. Every now and then it’s nice to page through them and reminise. Though would do it online as well.
PDXJon - 8/03/2010 4:02 PM
[Choose #3] If only there was an Android app that you can log your dives on your phone or online and sync them
JERM - 7/31/2010 8:56 PM
[Choose #4] Certain Dives are logged online with White’s Diving D-UNIT
scubaclay - 7/31/2010 3:53 PM
[Choose #1] I set the example for my students and log all my dives in front of them.
deepwater - 7/31/2010 3:15 AM
[Choose #1] I don’t really keep my online log as up to date as my electronic version on my computer or the paper log I generate from there.
scubaTim50 - 7/30/2010 7:16 AM
[Choose #4] no more then I dive I better just keep a log book...but Thanks for the offer Greg.. have a great day..
Taino67u - 7/29/2010 11:10 PM
[Choose #2] I use I would love for to offer that for its members that way it be a one stop site.
SaintsReturn - 7/29/2010 10:33 PM
[Choose #3] I am commenting before reading others comments so here goes. I currently only log on paper and would love to go electronic, but i have some questions. How would your dive buddy sign it or is this even necessary? or how would you log on the go?
steelheadfish - 7/29/2010 8:32 PM
[Choose #5] i still download them onto my laptop but im not into the whole log book thing anymore
LatitudeAdjustment - 7/29/2010 3:29 PM
[Choose #4] Since a lot of my dives are from liveaboards or sites with slow connections online logging is not an option
Greg - 7/29/2010 3:00 PM
[Choose #3] As if Greg doesn’t have anything better to do.