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Is there a way to get a list of all my finds?

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Is there a way to get a list of all the GC codes of all my finds out from Project-GC?

GSAK/MyFinds.gpx and Project-GC shows different counts that isn't explained by my 5 found LAB caches.
asked Apr 7 in Support and help by doffy_74 (550 points)

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Hi,
I see 4881 found on your GC profile and also in your PGC profile, 5 labs are included. Maybe PGC doesn't synchronized yet during you asked your question :)
answered Apr 7 by TominoTO (1,850 points)
It is not a sync issue, I just want a list of my finds.
I tried to use mape compare function but it shows only 3000 finds. I think here is not function you are searching for. Found button in dashboard shows finds directly in geocaching.com
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You can download MyFinds.gpx from PGC too here: https://project-gc.com/User/Queue

The list of your found caches can be found also using map compare:

https://project-gc.com/Tools/MapCompare?profile_name=doffy_74&onefound=on&bothfound=on&showdisabled=on&showarchived=on&submit=Filter

If you see some even different numbers, please write what numbers you see and where we can try to help, rather than guess what you see or not.
answered Apr 7 by Jakuje (Moderator) (102,620 points)
list in map compare under the map is limited to 3000 entries, but thanks for "queue".
Edit: Indeed, it is limited, but you can get the full list if you slice the area to smaller parts (countries/cache types)
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This is a frequent question and you have to jump through a few hoops to do this accurately, to start flag to include both archived and disabled caches to show, then you need to create batches of smaller than 3000.

The first time I did this I did it by state, subsequently every month or so I go add all the finds since the last time I did it using "log date" as a filter - so everything since February 1, 2020 for example. If you dont have 3000+ finds in any one year, an easy way to do this would be just do it by year starting with the first year of finds.

Project-GC will give you a GPX file but I would love the abiity to have that GPX file be used in Virtual GPS - once in VGPS it allows me to export it in so many useful ways...
answered Apr 9 by diorex (570 points)
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