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Can you log multiple cache finds on Project-GC like you can with discovering trackbles?

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We found 51 caches the other day and it would have been great to be able to write just one log (they were from 1 series) as you can when discovering lots of trackables. Is this possible and if so please can someone let us know how to do it?

Thank you
asked Mar 4 in Support and help by Arrowrat (420 points)

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I have not seen a way to do mass cache logs at once
answered Mar 4 by ormustr (3,620 points)
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No, this is not possible at the moment. We are aware that this is a popular feature request, though.
answered Mar 4 by pinkunicorn (Moderator) (120,410 points)
selected Mar 4 by Arrowrat
I would be rather hesitant to put such a feature in place. Already now there are too many colleagues around for whom high numbers seem to be the only thing that counts – leading to boring copy paste logs and, what’s worse, to lots of fake founds on caches they have clearly never seen – maybe because they want to cheat themselves, but more likely because with this "production line caching" they simply seem unable to keep track of which ones they really found. Introducing a possibility to do mass logs would make this even worse as it would remove the last potential alert mechanism, namely the minimal effort to have a quick look at the listing and the last logs: if the latest logs are a series of DNFs, it’s very likely the cache was not there – and this happens a lot with (often badly maintained) powertrails.
I wholeheartedly agree with k+gw+a.  Please do not implement a system that facilitates boring e-logs.
Let's say you have an entry screen, where you can list a number of GC codes and a standard log text, then you could implement it in such a way that for every GC code not only the standard text is shown, but also last 5 - 10 logs and the possibility to choose 'found / DNF / write note / ...' and the possibility to add extra text for certain caches ... it will still require some user (inter)action, but it would be far more user friendly then logging through