Best logbook with smartSDR v3

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Hi,

What is the best cloud based logbook with smartSDR v3?
I look forward to your opinion.

73

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Filip - ON7FD

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Veiko Värk

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I use here UCXLOG.
http://www.ucxlog.org/

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Ross Lambert

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I use ACLOG by N3FJP
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Rick - W5FCX

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Using Log4OM
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Joe N3HEE

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What exactly do you mean by cloud based ?  Like LOTW ?  Where the log is stored in the cloud ?
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Filip - ON7FD

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Indeed, the full ham logging is in the cloud and if possible, preferably linked to my Flex SmartLink account data. (that would be the max). In any case, the logbook program in the cloud will allow me to access my logbook from any device anywhere in the world, just as I can do with a SmartLink with my transceiver ;-) If this is not yet existing then this seems to be a real customer binder for Flexradio.
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Perhaps the log book feature on QRZ.COM would work for you ?  It's not connected or integrated with SSDR or SmartLink but it is in the cloud. 

Also take a look at FRLogger which is highly integrated with SmartSDR but not in the cloud.  http://ws7m.net/index.php/logger
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Filip - ON7FD

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thanks for the tip, i look into it
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Rick - W5FCX

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Log4OM supports mirroring log entries to QRZ.com online log and other sites.
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Ted VE3TRQ

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A number of logging programs support having their logs wherever you want them - I put mine in a DropBox directory that automagically gets loaded into the cloud. All my other devices also have a DropBox directory, and access the same cloud-based log. Only caveat is to not modify the file simultaneously from multiple locations (which for me is not a problem).

Using a Mac with MacLoggerDX which together support this paradigm very nicely.
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N3FJP's ACLog, Log4OM and several other logging programs allow you to store your log in the cloud. I do this all the time.

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Filip - ON7FD

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Thanks for the many tips, I dive into it! :-) 73!
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Joe N3HEE

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This would need to be a browser based logging application to be truly in the cloud.   The QRZ log book is browser based application.  Access it from any device with a web browser from anywhere in the world.