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QRZ Logbook on MapForHam.com

Discussion in 'Amateur Radio Software' started by IU1FIG, May 15, 2021.

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  1. IU1FIG

    IU1FIG Premium Subscriber QRZ Page

    Those who use the QRZ logbook can see all QSOs on the Map.

    It is fast, free and for all radio amateurs in the world.

    I hope I have done something enjoyable for you all.

    This is the map where there are so many things; https://www.mapforham.com/app/

    mapforham.jpg

    Best regards

    IU1FIG Diego, Founding CEO of Mapforham.com
     
    N1YR, KC9EUT and KE0GXN like this.
  2. W0IS

    W0IS Ham Member QRZ Page

    Grazie! For U.S. users, it might be easier to use this link:

    https://www.mapforham.com/

    Then, click on the UK flag for English, and then go to the map. It looks very useful for finding grid squares.
     
  3. IU1FIG

    IU1FIG Premium Subscriber QRZ Page

    You're right Richard, thanks for your answer, I put the direct link to speed up the map immediately.
    The language can also be changed on the map.
    I created this image to demonstrate how.
    Navigating the map is fast and requires a few clicks.

    screenshot1.jpg

    This instead is a video demonstrating how to upload and view the qrz logbook on the map.
    Each radio amateur sees their own personal logbook and must have a MapForHam account.

    Watch this video:

    This is the link for the personal account: https://www.mapforham.com/dashboard/ and then "request access"
    * It is not necessary to have an account, but it allows you to have other free services.

    The project wants to be international, and I'm working hard to do it.
    It is a site / tool for all radio amateurs and all free.

    best regards
    73 IU1FIG Diego
     
    Last edited: May 17, 2021

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